Footprint recently received news of this bridge in North-Brabant, The Netherlands. Built on a Dutch defensive line dating from the seventeenth century, the bridge crosses the moat of the Fort de Roovere. Designed by Dutch architects Ro&Ad, it is intended not to obscure the views of the area.
The bridge is constructed from Accoya wood sheet piling to either side, with a hardwood deck and stairs between. Accoya was chosen for its durability and also its performance under ground and in water.
The Moses Bridge
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