Posts Tagged: "Knight Architects"


The pedestrian bridge by bridge designers Knight Architects called the Merchant Square Footbridge in Paddington, London, UK is intended to become open next year. It is strongly influenced by a Japanese hand fan in its shape, as well as functionality. The bridge that will be 10 feet wide and 66 feet long is consisted of …

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Te Matau a Pohe ‘Fish hook of Pohe’ Bridge by Knight Architects

Knight Architects used a fish hook as the inspiration for the Fish hook of Pohe bridge in Whangarei in New Zealand and their interpretation of this extensively used motif in local Maori culture made this bridge stunning. The official name of the bridge is Te Matau a Pohe, meaning The Fish hook of Pohe and …

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