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Home / Architecture / The Hands that Hold the Bridge, Architecture Latest Sale Week 31122018

The Hands that Hold the Bridge, Architecture Latest Sale Week 31122018

This week Latest Sale reports from the Business Directory highlighting the hands that hold the bridge, architecture from Vietnam. Our team highlights this enigmatic structural infrastructure project in Vietnam, with landscape architecture setting the trend to showcase and accentuate functional infrastructure that has been designed in the most elaborate fashion.

A bridge supported by hands exudes an air of sophistication whilst still showcasing its inviting credentials. The curved golden bridge at the Ba Na Hill Mountain Resorts Da Nang in central Vietnam supported by a steel mesh, is constructed from fiberglass and wire mesh. Two cable car stations can now finally be joined in the mountain top resort.

Created by TA Landscape Architecture located in Ho Chi Minh, the firm has taken inspiration by the world of “gods gint think and living things,” in order to create this exhilarating design, the “Golden Bridge,” that officially opened in July 2018 as a vibrant tourist attraction that connects the cable cars to the wonderment of gardens.

The two huge gripped stone hands embellished with moss and cracks to give them a natural look accompany the 150 metre long pedestrian bridge that is five metres wide incorporating a timber deck and gold plated stainless steel old railings. The Golden Bridge project was created on behalf of the Sun Group.


Images courtesy of TA Landscape Architecture and Dezeen