Ravelijn op den Zoom Floating Bridge par RO&AD

Completed in 2014 in Bergen op Zoom, The Netherlands. Dutch military engineer Menno van Coehoorn built the Ravelijn op den Zoom fortress in Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands, in the century.

RO Architecten - Moses Bridge, Fort de Roovere, Netherlands

Moses Bridge

Must go see The Moses bridge in Halsteren, Netherlands. Engineered Nature materials made to perform : chemically engineered timber product, accoya, is applied to RO architecten's moses bridge in halsteren, netherlands

The Ravelijn Floating Bridge, Bergen op Zoom, Netherlands by RO&AD Architecten

Short History The Ravelijn "Op den Zoom" is a fortress-island of the city of Bergen op Zoom in The Netherlands which is made in the beginning of the century by Menno van Coehoorn, a famous fortress builder. This is the only "ravelijn" of him sti

bridge-just-finished « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

Moses Bridge / RO&AD ArchitectenCreative pedestrian bridge near Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands divides the water like Moses and allows people to safely cross to the other side.

Durchs Wasser gehen – Laufgrabenbrücke in den Niederlanden von Ro&Ad Architekten | Architecture bei Stylepark

The Invisible Bridge by RO&AD Architects: Designed by RO&AD Architects of the Netherlands and Belgium, this pedestrian bridge is an access route to the Fort de Roovere, part of the ce.

Moses Bridge by RO&AD Architects

Moses Bridge, Halsteren, Netherlands - sunken bridge installed at C.

No photoshop: Overcoming the 'inappropriate' idea of building a bridge over a defensive moat, modern-day architects decided to go through it

Holy Moses! Miraculous 'bridge' parts the water at top tourist attraction

Moses Bridge a sunken bridge The sunken Moses Bridge is designed by RO-AD Architects. It is located at Fort de Roovere in the Netherlands.

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The 'sunken' Moses Bridge, designed by RO & AD Architects, is part of Fort De Roovere near Halsteren, Netherlands and is named as such because it literally parts the waters that surround the fort, allowing pedestrians to pass through.