A snaking Shanghai bridge features in today’s Dezeen Weekly newsletter

by AAshir

The latest edition of our Design Daily Weekly newsletter features a bridge that incorporates spaces for play, rest and planting.

Brearley Architects + Urbanists (BAU) created a bridge connecting two areas of wetland across Shanghai’s Yuandang Lake.

The 586-metre-long bridge for cyclists and pedestrians is a “hybrid structure”, blending architecture, infrastructure and landscape with the existing pathways and nature on the site.

Commenters are wowed. One said, “This is just gorgeous. I like everything about it.”

Inner courtyard in Tel Aviv townhouse
Ten homes centred around bright interior courtyards

Other stories in this week’s newsletter include our latest lookbook, featuring ten homes with beautiful courtyards at the heart of the interior, Adidas’ floating recycled-plastic tennis court and news of a planning law in Brighton and Hove, England, that calls for new buildings to include special bricks for bees.

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