Laps-de-temps
Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
Pont du Mont Blanc, Genève
  Large scale, city and territory. Rather than being an infrastructure that links two points, the bridge becomes an urban element of continuity for two different realities. The bridge is generated by the pedestrian and the bicycle flows in both banks and becomes its natural extension. Geometrically, the path prevails over the arrival, as the experience of crossing the river converts the bridge into a public space. The bridge traces the boundaries between the city of Genève and the lake Le Man, halfway between urbanity and nature.

Local scale, lake Le Man and Pont du Mont Blanc. The bridge considers, on one side, the ‘dynamic’ public space, which responds to the speed of flow of pedestrians and cyclists, and on the other, the ‘static’ public space, which appears as the geometrical intersticial result of the former and provides different views over the city and the lake.

Human scale, citi
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge
sala ferusic Laps-de-temps Pedestrian and bicycle bridge