Photography courtesy of COBE Architects
On the coastal city of Køge, Denmark, the Køge North Station by COBE Architects will be a 738-foot-long pedestrian bridge that spans (and allows access to) high-speed trains, local trains, and the busiest motorway in Denmark. When completed in 2018, the bridge will provide a stunning 180 degrees panoramic view over the landscape and traffic lanes.
04. Danjiang Bridge
Photography courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects
The 3,018-foot-long, cable-stayed Danjiang Bridge, designed by the late Zaha Hadid, will cross the Tamsui River in Taipei, Taiwan. When completed in 2020, the structure will be the longest asymmetrical cable-stayed bridge in the world.
05. The Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge
Photography courtesy of Bystrup Architecture
Spanning the Thames in south London, was selected through a competition including 74 entries from 16 countries. The Danish firm Bystrup Architecture won the bid with its elegant and simple design that wraps the walkway around each supporting tower. The structure, when completed in the coming years, will be central London’s first car-free bridge for cyclists and pedestrians.