The "DNA" Bridge Alexis demircan & abbie janssen

The Helix Bridge in Singapore spanning the marina bay.

Opening in April of 2010, this bridge took a grand total of 3 years to build.

This bridge was built by Australian architects from "Cox Architecture".

The bridge is a beam bridge, and it serves the purpose of pedestrians walking across the marina bay.

The Helix bridge has been nicknamed the "DNA" bridge because of its resemblance to a DNA helix. (As shown above).

The design is the first of its kind in the world!

The bridge took 68 million dollars to build.

This bridge took 650 tons of stainless steel.

It's a pedestrian linking bridge.

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Created with images by Caroline Davis2010 - "DNA model"

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