04 August 2008

Bridges news roundup

A few links to news that are relevant to this blog but that I don't want to digest in great detail here:

Design for iconic cable-stayed bridge in Dubai completed
(pictured above)

Michel Virlogeux interviewed - "We are in a very controversial period ... You have structures that are coming from fantasy, imagination and those from an artistic concept. This is not the way I like. I like structures for which the architecture is completely guided by the structural forces and the Millau Viaduct is a good example of th1at."

Yemen proposes 12.8km suspension bridge over Red Sea

World's largest arch bridge planned in Dubai

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