a team led by 64North Architecture has won a competition to design a pedestrian and cyclist bridge connecting the San Francisco Bay waterfront and the Palo Alto district – home to some of the world’s leading technology companies.
Called Confluence, the winning design is a weathered steel structure that spirals gently up from the ground and is supported by a series of cables extending down from an arch that spans the width of the 14-lane 101 Freeway.
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