Made from milk jugs and car bumpers, the bridge is now America’s longest recycled plastic bridge on a public roadway.
The ancient idea of the habitable bridge is being given new life in Spain, with a proposed design for an urban park, open-air market and a cultural center, all in one.
A new type of flexible, self-repairing concrete could revolutionize our infrastructure and save local governments millions.
The Amstel River-Yard Project by Aïe Architectes proposes a green bridge for Amsterdam that forms both a multi-use public park and a water filtration system.
By taking over an abandoned set of train tracks, a Scottish design studio seeks to connect bike paths in a green bridge over Leith Walk, a major thoroughfare.
After a decade in the dark, the Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge has reclaimed its place in the city skyline, and, thanks to its lightshows, lured in tourists too.
The Turbine Bridge designed for Amsterdam’s Amstel River is a combination pedestrian bridge/hydropower station with its own cafe, powered by its own juice.
The winner of the Building to Building Pedestrian Bridge International Challenge changes shape as pedestrians walk through, filtering the air and generating juice.