Cable-Stayed Bridges: The Düsseldorf Bridge Family

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https://doi.org/10.52200/45.A.BWZZFIM1

Keywords:

Modern Movement, Modern architecture, Modern housing

Abstract

The heart of the famous Düsseldorf Bridge Family are the three cable-stayed bridges built between the late 50s and early 70s of the last century. They mark the beginning of the development of Modern cable-stayed bridges, but not only from a technological point of view. Instead they develop the aesthetical potential once the new structural type has become favorable all over the world.

How to Cite

Bögle, A. (2011). Cable-Stayed Bridges: The Düsseldorf Bridge Family. Docomomo Journal, (45), 52–55. https://doi.org/10.52200/45.A.BWZZFIM1

Published

2011-12-01

Author Biography

Annette Bögle, HafenCity University Hamburg

Engineer of structural design, author and curator. Since 2011 she is professor at the HafenCity University in Hamburg, teaching structural and architectural engineering.

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