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Wavy red ribbons form Lucky Knot bridge by NEXT Architects

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NEXT Architects 在中国长沙完成了一座红色呈波浪状人行桥,给行人提供了通过龙王港河的各种各样不同的方式。

北京和阿姆斯特丹的NEXT Architects 事务所为长沙市梅溪湖区设计了Lucky Knot大桥,梅溪湖区位于城市的西南方向,Kohn Pedersen Fox为其做了 6.5百万平方米的发展总规划。

NEXT Architects has completed an undulating red footbridge in Changsha, China, that offers pedestrians a variety of different routes across the Dragon King Harbour River.
Beijing and Amsterdam studio NEXT Architects designed the Lucky Knot bridge for Changsha's Meixi Lake district – a 6.5 million-square-metre development master planned by Kohn Pedersen Fox for the southwest of the city.

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这座红色钢桥长185米,高24米,其升起的路线可以使人们看到河流,梅溪湖,这座城市以及周围的山脉。

其合伙人Michel Schreinemachers 说:“这座城市快速发展变化,其大环境需要一种独一无二的标志来鼓舞过往的行人。”

这座桥的人行道在不同的高度与河岸、马路、公园相连。在2013年第一次公布由NEXT Architects设计,蜿蜒的形式受无限的Möbius带子的启发。

At 185 metres long and 24 metres high, the red steel bridge rises and falls across its course to permit views of the river, Meixi Lake, the city and the surrounding mountain range.
"The city is growing and changing rapidly. This context called for a unique gesture to inspire passers-by," said partner Michel Schreinemachers.
The bridge's sequence of walkways connect river banks, the road and a park, all located at different heights. First unveiled by the firm in 2013, the sinuous form was inspired by the never-ending surface of a Möbius strip.

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合伙人John van de Water说:“Lucky Knot的形状受Möbius带的启发,同时也受到中国结的影响。在中国古老的民间装饰艺术中,中国结象征着幸运和成功。”

“毫不夸张地讲,这座大桥的最终形状将所有的路线连接在一起。”

Lucky Knot是NEXT Architects继在荷兰设计的bat-friendly桥和蜿蜒的山顶楼梯后设计的最新的桥梁作品。

建筑师说:“中国团队结合荷兰团队在基础构造和用水管理的经验,努力地去了解本地的环境使之成为设计关键的部分。在这座大桥对外开放几周后的今天,已经成为了当地的地标。”

Julien Lanoo摄影。

"The shape of the Lucky Knot was inspired by the principle of the Möbius ring, as well as by the Chinese knotting art," added partner John van de Water. "In the ancient decorative Chinese folk art, the knot symbolises luck and prosperity."
"The final shape of the bridge is the result of – literally and metaphorically – knotting all these routes together."
The Lucky Knot is the latest in a series of bridges by NEXT Architects, following a bat-friendly bridge in the Netherlands and a sinuous hilltop staircase.
"Combining the Dutch team's expertise in infrastructure and water management, and the Chinese team's perseverance and knowledge of the local context was a crucial part of the process," said the architects. "Now, just a few weeks after the opening, the bridge has already become an icon."
Photography is by Julien Lanoo.


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