Red Gateway, Cergy-Pontoise: Dani Karavan

The red gateway pedestrian bridge, Cergy-Pontoise, France, designed by Dani Karavan. Cool red bridgeThe red gateway pedestrian bridge, Cergy-Pontoise, France, designed by Dani Karavan. Cool red bridgeThe red gateway pedestrian bridge, Cergy-Pontoise, France, designed by Dani Karavan. Cool red bridgeGoogling around for something else I came across this nice looking pedestrian bridge. “The Red Gateway” is one of the twelve stations which make up the “Axe Majeur” in Cergy-Pontoise, a suburb northwest of Paris. Designed by Israeli architect Dani Karavan (whose other work is definitely worth a look), the vibrant footbridge is the connecting piece to the rest of his vision for the town. From the amphitheater spanning over the gardens and Oise River to the Leisure Center, this Passarelle is clearly a favorite among photographers, judging by all the photos on flickr.

Photos top to bottom: RePiEd; vphotographies; Dalbera; & ShadowsOliv

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