The new Lille Langebro in Copenhagen is an addition to Copenhagen’s existing cycle and pedestrian bridges and contributes to the city’s infrastructure and reputation as the best cycling city.
The Architect Wilkinson Eyre created a concept of elegant curves while showing the play between light and shadow. Furthermore, the bridge allows clearance for marine traffic by opening up in the middle through two swinging sections. The 160-meter-long bridge over Copenhagen’s harbor also connects the BLOX building, home of the Danish Architecture Center, with Christianshavn on the Langebrogade quayside.
Architect: Wilkinson Eyre, 2019. Copenhagen, Denmark. Photos by Rasmus Hjortshøj