Danish firm Bystrup has been selected to design a new pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Thames in west London.
The Bystrup-led team, which also includes London architecture studio Robin Snell & Partners, has been recommended as the winner of the Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge competition, ahead of architects including Amanda Levete and Hopkins.
Featuring a slender structure and spiralling ramps at both ends, the proposal is described by the design team as a “minimal, seamless crossing” with single spire masts and an “elegant” winding deck.
The project is expected to cost £40 million and is part of a wider £1 billion infrastructure overhaul for the south London area of Nine Elms, which stretches from Battersea to Vauxhall and includes the new US Embassy and Battersea Power Station.
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