Some Local Footbridges

Here are some example I took these 2 days of different types of footbridges that we have in Hong Kong:

This one is on Harcourt Road, it is built by concrete and is semi-opened.

This one is also on Harcourt Road, it has a arch-like structure.

The following one connects the above and the New Government Complex, it seems having both steel and concrete structure and with plantations.

This one also connects the New Government Complex on Harcourt Road, a fully open design with lighting and plantation integration.

The next three are all connecting with Alexandra House in Central, they are all enclosed with air-conditioning.

Please feel free to give me feedback, thanks~

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About charonlct

Forever an architectural student

2 responses to “Some Local Footbridges”

  1. bt301allenpoon says :

    You may start categorizing HK’s bridge typology by means of, say, their structural design characteristics.

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