Grand constructions and architecture always stand as an epitome of creativity, strength, and even as economic might of a country. The proposed red double helix bridge seems like one of these structures. Imagined to go through the Nanhe River Landscape Bridge in Xinjin, China, the bridge has a braided structure with undulating curves that go in a helical – intertwining pattern.
Apart from just looking good, the design also greatly increases the capacity of the bridge thus keeping it relevant for the increased traffic and pressure the future might have to offer. The bridge has been designed by New York studio WXY Architecture and Weidlinger Associates Consulting Engineers, and was the winner of a design competition.