Photo Dissing + Weitling
1 Prize in Architect Competition 2015
The pedestrian bridge by Sofiero Castle in Helsingborg is designed with minimal impact on the vegetation. As a light and almost transparent curved steel construction it is elegantly floating above a lush ravine.
To set down the bridge and tie its shape to the winding pathways makes the crossing to a natural part of the park. Our priority and effort to preserve the beautiful overgrown plantation, has meant special considerations for design and construction work.
The result is a bridge looking as at always been there, because of its least possible impact in the surroundings.