Hovenring – Circular Cycle Bridge by ipv Delft

Category: Architecture Published on 16 Feb, 2013 Tags: , , ,
Hovenring - Circular Cycle Bridge by ipv Delft

In the summer of 2012, design office ipv Delft realized one of its most talked about cycle bridges to date: The Hovenring in the Dutch city of Eindhoven. The cable-stayed bridge offers cyclists and pedestrians an exciting crossover. With its impressive 70-metre pylon, 72 metre diameter, thin deck and conspicuous lighting, the cyclist roundabout is a new landmark for the city. Like a flying saucer, the steel bridge hoovers above the Heerbaan/Meerenakkerweg intersection, its impressive pylon marking the entrance way to the cities of Eindhoven and Veldhoven.

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images courtesy of ipv Delft

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