Bridge L

Flanders, Belgique
Photo © Filip Dujardin
Photo © Filip Dujardin
Dessin © Wim Goes Architectuur
Photo © Filip Dujardin
Image © Filip Dujardin
Photo © Kristien Daem
Architectes
Wim Goes Architectuur
Lieu
Flanders, Belgique
Année
2017

We restored and built an extension to a moated heritage castle in a park.

A bridge was designed to connect the castle island with the walled garden across the water.

It is both a bridge and a stair (Laurin stair) due to the difference in height between both shores. Leaving one landscape onto another, the uneven steps provide a softer transition.

With the rhythm of the steps, the change in the passing of time becomes sensible.

Horizontally, the shape is curved to stabilize the steel structure. The superposition of both figures, the uneven steps and the curve, create the appearance of the bridge.

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