As the architects from Geninasca Delefortrie Architectes say, “When a place speaks, the most constructive reaction is to listen to it rather than to converse with it.”. And that was what they did in Neuchatel, Switzerland, as they were asked to build a bridge crossing the Areuse. Below in the photos you have the wonderful mix between the stunning nature and the skilled hand and mind of the man.
The goal was to create a footbridge that stands out, without damaging the original landscape. And so, the footbridge crossing L’Areuse blends perfectly in the scenario, as an exquisite project with an organic structure. Slightly wavy and spiral, just entering and crossing the footbridge seems like an extreme adventure.
Everything is impressive and the place still looks like it remained untouched by the mankind, just like it’s supposed to. Breathtaking! Could this turn into your next vacation destination? I’d say so.