노르웨이 깊은 협곡 사이를 건너는 기념비적인 브릿지 프로젝트.
북유럽에서 가장 큰 국립공원: hardangervidda 내 자연환경을 유지하며 공존하는 인프라 구축작업 입니다.
today, architect carl-viggo hølmebakk with the norwegian public roads administration (NPRA) opens a monumental step bridge above the vøringsfossen waterfall in norway. introduced to hardangervidda — the largest national park in the nordic region — the new scenic route attraction serves to continue a long tradition of exploring the interface between architecture, technology, infrastructure, and nature. many factors have had an impact on the design of the bridge. while the structure must be safe and robust, the bridge must reflect the language of the pre-existing trail and the landscape. of course, emphasis has been placed on the view and the experience it will provide. hølmebakk continues: ‘the bridge creates a new way to see and perceive the landscape space.’
project title: vøringsfossen step bridge
architecture: carl-viggo hølmebakk AS arkitektkontor
location: vøringsfossen waterfall, hardangervidda national park, norway
contracting client: norwegian public roads administration
advisory engineer: k. apeland
rock protection: gjerden fjellsikring
contractor: consolvo AS
photography: courtesy of carl-viggo hølmebakk AS arkitektkontor