This week on Dezeen: it was a bumper week for bridges, with Steven Holl’s elevated style to span Copenhagen harbour exposed ahead of two proposals for pedestrian and cycle crossings in London.
Steven Holl to create Copenhagen skyscrapers linked by 65-metre-high cycle bridge
Holl’s cycle bridge between two skyscrapers for Copenhagen kicked off the string of strategies for non-vehicular transport hyperlinks.
ReForm Architects’ ideas for an opening bridge would let each pedestrians and cyclists to travel among Canary Wharf and Rotherhithe
ReForm Architects then uncovered plans for an opening bridge that would permit each pedestrians and cyclists to travel across the River Thames at Canary Wharf, shortly ahead of Bystrup was chosen to style a new pedestrian and cycle bridge additional upstream in west London (principal picture).
Transport for London’s 200-metre-long Crossrail trains
Transport for London also launched renderings and a video showing the latest model of trains originally developed by Barber and Osgerby for the city’s east-west rail link Crossrail, whilst Airbus patented removable aeroplane cabins for more quickly boarding.
Refugee camps like Zaatari in Jordan are the cities of the future, according to a humanitarian-help expert
An Audi strategist told Dezeen that driverless automobiles could spell the finish for domestic flights, and a humanitarian-assist skilled explained why he thinks refugee camps are the “cities of tomorrow”.
London’s Royal University of Art plans to develop a new £100 million style and technology campus
The United kingdom government pledged to contribute money in direction of a new layout and technologies campus for London’s Royal College of Artwork, while David Chipperfield and Richard Rogers joined a campaign against plans to move the city’s The Cass Faulty of Artwork, Architecture and Design.
OMA’s large arts venue The Factory will be developed in Manchester
OMA won a competition to style a massive arts venue for Manchester, and SANAA was picked more than Snøhetta to create a new national gallery in Budapest.
Skene Catling de la Pena’s Flint Property, winner of Uk House of the 12 months
In other news this week, Skene Catling de la Pena’s Flint House was named United kingdom Property of the 12 months.
Faceted home in the Swiss Alps by JM Architecture
Other well-liked architecture tasks incorporated an angular house in the Swiss Alps, a rebuilt property in Mexico with below-stair storage and a London residence extension that functions a double-height window wall.
London home extension by Alexander Martin
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