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Photographs Provided By The National Tourist Routes In Norway

Travel Norway. The Architectural Way.

‘Ørnesvingen is the most spectacular viewpoint along the Ørne (eagle)-road, a zig-zag road along the steep valley sides of Geiranger-fjord IN Norway

Glass Viewing Platform, Made In China

Glass Viewing Platform, Made In China - I posted this in art bc it's real life art, if that makes sense?

Trauttmansdorff Viewing platform in Meran, Merano, 2005 - Matteo Thun

Trauttmansdorff Viewing platform in Meran, Merano, 2005 - Matteo Thun & Partners

A floating platform offering visitors glimpses of canal-side wildlife in London

AOR's floating Viewpoint offers glimpses of London canal-side wildlife

Commisioned by The Architecture Foundation, Viewpoint designed by AOR is located in Camley Street Natural Park in London (UK) and offers an aesthetic perspective of urban wildlife. Photos by: Max Creasy _ All rights reserved.

Kew Tree Top Walkway by Marks   Barfield Architects

Kew Tree Top Walkway by Marks Barfield Architects

Architects: Marks Barfield Architects Location: Kew Gardens, Brentford Gate, London UK Year: 2008 Photographs: Peter Durant, Courtesy of Marks Barfield Architects

Joris Laarman designs steel canal bridge that will be 3D printed by robots

Joris Laarman to 3D-print bridge over canal using robots

Joris Laarman designs steel canal bridge to be printed by robots!

Boomslang walkway by Mark Thomas and<br /> Henry Fagan extends over a forest canopy

Louise Bjørnskov Schmidt plans rainforest complex for Panama

Cape Town architect Mark Thomas and engineer Henry Fagan have completed a sinuous wooden walkway that meanders through the treetops of a botanical garden on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain in Cape Town, South Africa.

El vencejo vuela alto PLATAFORMA CONN “IL SPIR”, FLIMS (SUIZA) / CORINNA MENN. Parece que quisiera salir volando. La arquitecta suiza Corinna Menn proyectó este mirador para añadirle emoción a la vista de una impresionante garganta del río Rin, un tajo de 400 metros de profundidad en las cercanías de Flims, en el cantón suizo de Grisonia. Su nombre, ‘Il spir’, significa vencejo en romanche, el idioma local. Dos pilares de acero y seis cables mantienen la estabilidad de la estructura

40 miradas que vuelan

El vencejo vuela alto PLATAFORMA CONN “IL SPIR”, FLIMS (SUIZA) / CORINNA MENN. Parece que quisiera salir volando. La arquitecta suiza Corinna Menn proyectó este mirador para añadirle emoción a la vista de una impresionante garganta del río Rin, un tajo de 400 metros de profundidad en las cercanías de Flims, en el cantón suizo de Grisonia. Su nombre, ‘Il spir’, significa vencejo en romanche, el idioma local. Dos pilares de acero y seis cables mantienen la estabilidad de la estructura

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