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Linking Marina Bay to Marina Centre, the Helix Bridge, is set to become Singapore’s next landmark. It was officially opened on 24 April 2010 and is the world’s first curved bridge.    This 280-metre pedestrian linkway – the longest in Singapore – features a world’s first ‘double-helix’ structure, designed by an international design consortium, comprising of Australian architects Cox Group and engineers Arup, together with Singapore-based Architects 61.

Helix Bridge, Singapore - Cox Architecture with Architects 61

The Helix Bridge, Marina Bay, Singapore This highly contemporary stainless steel pedestrian bridge ties Marina Centre and Marina South in the Marina Bay. The design team, composed of Singapore-based Architects 61, Australian architecture firm Cox Group, and engineering firm Arup, collaborated to produce this exciting structure.Consisting of canopies, which provide shade, four observation platforms, to take in panoramic views of the Singapore skyline, and LED lighting system.

The Helix Bridge in Marina Bay, Singapore is an exciting structure consisting of canopies, which provide shade, four observation platforms to take in panoramic views of the Singapore skyline, and LED lighting.


The Helix Bridge Cox Architecture II Singapore

The Helix Bridge, Singapore

The Helix Bridge

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Bildergebnis für metaform architects

Image 7 of 10 from gallery of Bridge in Esch / Metaform Architects. Photograph by steve troes fotodesign

Puente Solverborg (Suecia)

Sölvesborg Bridge by Ljusarkitektür, Sweden .Photo by Olof Thiel

ridge at night

HELIX BRIDGE This landmark bridge at Singapore’s Marina Bay is inspired by the geometric arrangement of DNA, with a walkway encircled by opposing double helix structures of stainless steel 920 ft. long.

Helix Bridge Singapore, Singapore A project by: Cox Architecture & Design

Photo by Kim Anderson

temp structure

[c]space Pavilion, a temporary structure designed by architects Alan Dempsey and Alvin Huang

Winner of the Building to Building Pedestrian Bridge Challenge / sanzpont [arquitectura]

Winner of the Building to Building Pedestrian Bridge Challenge / sanzpont [arquitectura]

The winning concept came from the architects from the Barcelona-based firm sanzpont [arquitectura] with their DSSH (Dynamic ShapeShifting Helix) Bridge.

Satay by the Bay

Satay by the Bay food court, Marina Bay, Singapore


DSSH Bridge – Place Building to Building Pedestrian Bridge Challenge / Sanzpont - eVolo

The bridge "Slinky Springs to Fame", which spans the Rhine-Herne Canal, is a pedestrian bridge near Oberhausen in Germany. More (in German) http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emscherkunst.2010#Slinky_Springs_to_Fame

Slinky Springs to Fame pedestrian Bridge by Tobias Rehberger and Schlaich Bergermann & Partner, a sculptural bridge located in Oberhausen, Germany.

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Royal Ballet School: Bridge of Aspiration by Wilkinson Eyre architects, photo by asli aydin, via Flickr

Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Bridge of Aspiration, London, England, 2003