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Sava Footbridge / Peter Gabrijelčič + Peter Koren

  • 01:00 - 18 May, 2010
Sava Footbridge / Peter Gabrijelčič + Peter Koren
Sava Footbridge / Peter Gabrijelčič + Peter Koren, © Miran Kambič
© Miran Kambič

© Miran Kambič © Dejan Simčič © Miran Kambič © Dejan Simčič +9

From the architect. The bridge built over the Sava canyon at Bled is intended for hikers - so that hikers can stop for a moment, experience new views, become aware of nature, breathe with the water, glance at the reflection of the moving stars at night and hear the river murmuring. It is a bridgewhere the world stops for a moment. A slight inclination, not easily perceptible, a shift in the axis of motion, a subtle backward surge - its motion being checked by the ends of the bridge on each side - and in an audacious trajectory the bridgeleaps from one bank to another.

© Dejan Simčič
© Dejan Simčič
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