Strange Architecture Bridge Design in the World

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  • Strange Architecture Bridge Design in the World
    Since 100 of years Architects and the designers are building new kind of designs for the various building, bridges and much more, so we are here to check out the unique designs of the Bridges that are constructed in an unusual unique way, and that can be also very innovative at the same time. So don’t miss out the gallery.
  • Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia

    Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia

    The Langkawi Sky Bridge is located at the ‘end’ of the Cable Car ride. The longest bridge is built on the top of the Machinchang Mountain about 82m high and hangs 100m above ground, where 250 people can walk. Price for Sky Bridge is RM5.00 for adult and RM3.00 for children. The structure ranks among the world’s longest curve suspension bridge measuring at 125m in length. Once the cable car drops you near the bridge a silly wind blow softly and you need to wear sweater beforehand. From the top of the bridge you can also see the Tarutao Island in Thailand. The beauty is just unforgettable.
  • Rolling Bridge, England

    Rolling Bridge, England

    London’s Rolling Bridge unfolds across the Grand Union Canal every Friday at noon. The bridge opening mechanism relies on a single rigid element and lifts up to let boats pass. But the rolling bridge folds up out of the way of oncoming traffic by curling up into an octagon. The design is made like a child brain and it looks very innovative, this bridge won 2005 British Structural steel award, and has a truly amazing design. Some people give the name of the bridge as curling bridge.
  • Henderson Waves

    Henderson Waves

    Henderson Waves are located in Singapore and the bridge called as Henderson Waves is 36m above the ground, the shape of the bridge is construct beautifully the length is about 274m. There is a place for the travellers and also the rest room where visitors can get their privacy and observe the surrounding. There are stunning led light from 7pm to 2am every night. The 5km bridge takes you for a long walk where you can visit southern ridges walks; in 3 places Kent ridge Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, and Mount Faber Park.
  • The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, England

    The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, England

    It’s the world’s first titling bridge in England designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects and the end of the line is distinguished bridges across the River Tyne, including the Tyne Bridge and Robert Stephenson's High Level Bridge. Anyone who wants to take a ride from boat may go for boat below the bridge and rest others can take a ride by passing through the bridge that is tilted and enjoy the view. The Gateshead bridge of England is a pedestrian and cyclist bridge on the North bank.
  • Slauerhoffbrug Bridge

    Slauerhoffbrug Bridge

    The architecture is strange as they are designed in the Netherlands, the Dutch have tendency to do different things in very unusual way. A bridge is quickly raised and lowered as there are number of traffic boats available in the small waterways. While this controller is not very useful in the high area because it cause much more technique as only the small traffic can be maintained by this bridge as it not very powerful to raise and lowered number of times. Here the movable bridge was necessary to control the traffic as it consumes less energy and materials. The shape can be seen from miles as they are painted yellow and blue.
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