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  • Çağla Asker

    Moses Bridge / ROAD ARCHITECTURE

  • Sean Goldbach

    The sunken Moses Bridge is designed by RO-AD Architects. It is located at Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands. I want a pond with a bridge like this!

  • Katie Perry

    overview « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

  • Sali Gelestino

    Bridge Makes You Feel Like Moses, Parting The Red Sea : And the architects stretched out their hand over the sea...

  • Jacqueline Yee

    Photograph by RO Architecten via ArchDaily     Winner of the Best Public Facility in Arch Daily’s annual Building of the Year competition, Moses Bridge by RO Architecten is a sunken and seemingly invisible bridge in Halsteren, The Netherlands. The bridge is located at the West Brabant Water Line, which was a defence-line consisting of [...]

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