Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Dutch Underpasses Prove That Infrastructure Doesn't Have To Be Dull

Commuters in the historic Dutch city of Zutphen will be treated to dazzling light installations in the guise of two new underpasses that are functional pieces of infrastructure art.

On November 14, the Dutch government transport agency ProRail and the city of Zutphen unveiled the innovative new underpasses. One is for cars only, while the second allows for bike traffic. The structures were designed by architects Mari Baauw of Railinfra Solutions and Marc Maurer of Maurer United to link a new area of Zutphen with its town center set on the River IJssel.

(thanks Cora)

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