Canada-based Halsall Associates Limited and French firm RFR together have won the conceptual design competition for the new St. Patrick’s footbridge in Alberta, Canada
“The structure is simple, but unique,” said Jean-François Blassel, RFR director and project lead. “Our design and materials respond to a functional need as well as to the beautiful natural lines of the area, and we are excited that Calgarians appreciated our approach.”
The pedestrian bridge is 170 meters in length and is split into three arches of 50, 30 and 90 meters in length. The bridge may feature animated lighting triggered by motion, making it a truly interactive experience Calgarians can call their own.
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