Sunday, 3 April 2011

Sunday Bridge Series: la DDT

A double decker bridge linking two parts of an administrative building in Chantiers neighbourhood for Sunday Bridge Series. There is another bridge on Artsy Versailles today.

27 comments:

andrew1860 said...

WoW! I love this!!!!

joo said...

Interesting idea for this post:)

ρομπερτ said...

How lucky you are having such a bridge. Always a safe step ahead and a good Sunday for you as well.



daily athens

Lesley said...

this is a nice and airy connection - far preferable to tunnels connecting buildings!

EG Wow said...

Great for days when it's wet or cold outdoors!

Woody said...

Very clever! It's a beautiful bridge too!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

I remember the Minneapolis city fathers did this kind of thing, even crossing over streets, in downtown Minneapolis years ago...a terrific idea when it is bitter cold and snowy!

Jack said...

It is odd seeing a modern office building on VDP. But, it is an attractive one.

akarui said...

J'allais commenter ta photo du 1er avril ou je t'ai trouve inspiree malgre ce que tu dis mais Blogspot n'est pas tres pratique pour visualiser l'historique. Une vision sur les toits que j'aime bien.
Ici une jolie architecture plus moderne.

forgetmenot said...

That is very handy to have a "walkway" when it is cold--much better than facing an icy wind or cold rain in your face. Nice shot!. Mickie

Kaori said...

I love the light passing through the bridges!

Bob Crowe said...

Mies lives. Not the kind of architecture the world expects from Versailles.

Genie said...

The blue and aqua tones to this shot are awesome. Love the linear qualities to it, too. A very nice post this week.

Randy said...

I like the way the light shines through creating the shadows.

Small City Scenes said...

Good idea for bridges. Smarty!!! MB

Crafty Green Poet said...

lovely photo and interesting bridge!

Birdman said...

Yes, a strange building for VDP, but interesting all the same.

Reader Wil said...

Great way to connect two or more buildings! Thanks for showing! Thanks for your visit as well!

Elisa said...

Lovely!
Have a nice Sunday
Elisa

Malyss said...

C'est vrai, c'est un pont aussi dans son genre!

VP said...

I like the building, but this bridge thing is beginning to run very thin...

Olivier said...

il est tres beau ce pont tout en verre

Paulie said...

We have many of those here in the US.It is great to see them used worldwide.

Dina said...

That's pretty unusual, a double-deck bridge, no?
Pretty.

Magpie said...

Wonderful bridges of a different sort. :)

Becky said...

I like the straight lines of this photo. Very orderly today.

Sharon Van Lieu said...

You captured this at the perfect moment with the light streaming through the glass.

Sharon