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The Kurilpa Bridge By Cox Architects

Hailed as the longest footbridge of its kind, the Kurilpa Bridge in Brisbane Australia is an eco-friendly structure designed by the Cox Architecture, and Australian firm. This bridge has a length of 470 meters and features a LED lighting system making it an eco-friendly one. Another green feature of this long bridge is it 84 integrated solar panels that powers the LED lights the bridge has. Since the bridge is connected to the grid, the bridge is powered when needed and it has the ability to provide power back to the grid as well if a surplus energy is generated.

Kurilpa Bridge

Kurilpa Bridge

Source: Cox Architects via Inhabitat


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2 thoughts on “The Kurilpa Bridge By Cox Architects”

  1. What? It's Hernderson Waves and is located at Singapore's Telok Blangah Hill Park. The architect was not Cox. Wow. So wrong.

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