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Powell-Williams Architects

Powell-Williams Architects and engineers Buro Happold have won a competition to design this dual-purpose £2.3 million public transport and pedestrian bridge to cross the River Tiber in Rome (above). The new crossing will have a clearance span of 170m, half that of the Millennium Bridge in London. The design is based on two leaning steel arches supporting a steel deck and will link Foro Italico and the area of Flaminio.

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