Bouncy Bridge Across the River Seine

Last fall, as part of “A Bridge in Paris” competition, the Parisian architecture firm of Atelier Zündel Cristea  proposed a series of three giant inflatable trampolines 98 feet (30m) in diameter spanning the river Seine.

The bouncy, floating platforms would be twisted into arches and attached with a cord to create a bouncy bridge across the Seine. On either side of the bridge would be a set of stairs, as well as a slide for a quick descent.

It would have been the 38th bridge across the Seine, but the first to be made of trampolines.

The bouncy bridge was just a proposal, but maybe one day it will be built?  You never know.

 Source : fastcodesign.com

 

 

 

 

Post by Anis Salvesen.

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Anis Salvesen is an avid traveler, polyglot and foodie. She travels a couple times a year to Europe and when home in the Bay Area takes as many weekend trips as she can. Her dream is to set foot on all 7 continents. She's the marketing manager at Tripping.com.
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One Response to Bouncy Bridge Across the River Seine

  1. Heather says:

    This needs to be built….!

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