Cool 'twisted' pedestrian bridge

Cool 'twisted' pedestrian bridge


Seattle, Washington (WA), US
Huge steel tubes twist and turn over the railroad tracks along Elliott Avenue West in a double helix that recalls the ladder-like structure of DNA.

Designed by Johnson Architecture and KPFF Engineers, it's an apt metaphor as the gateway and a skybridge to a $625 million research and development complex for the world's largest biotechnology company, Amgen, on Terminal 88 and Pier 89 in the south area of Interbay.
Huge steel tubes twist and turn over the railroad tracks along Elliott Avenue West in a double helix that recalls the ladder-like structure of DNA.

Designed by Johnson Architecture and KPFF Engineers, it's an apt metaphor as the gateway and a skybridge to a $625 million research and development complex for the world's largest biotechnology company, Amgen, on Terminal 88 and Pier 89 in the south area of Interbay.
View in Google Earth Bridges - Pedestrian
Links: www.seattlepi.com
By: kjfitz

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