This walkway gives a grand sense of entrance and has likely made a site once deemed unbuildable buildable because of the access it allows.
I love that the structure of this walkway is exposed.
This interior bridge allow people upstairs to enjoy the view of the spaces below.
This is more of a wharf-like bridge, allowing access over marshland without harming this sensitive ecological habitat.
If you are prone to vertigo, this walkway is probably not for you! I love the forced perspective this design provides.
What a lovely stream! It almost gives the feeling of someone letting down the bridge over a moat to allow access to the castle!
If I had this sublime rocky living room, I'd want to enjoy the view of it from everywhere.
This system of walkways, piers, and a scenic overlook allow entrance to an inspiring beautiful spot!
This glass-bottomed bridge plays with the concept of ceiling and floor division. Just be careful of who is below you if you are wearing a skirt!
Here's another angle of that beautiful walkway.
This entry walkway helps lessen the home's footprint on the site by requiring less grading on the natural slope.
This is a bridge to nowhere. This building reminds me of cargotecture and a pirate's plank. The engineering makes it a very dynamic design.
I love the Erector Set feel to this construction. Because it is elevated, it allows for a different experience of the garden design.