The Trampoline Bridge on Seine River in Paris

Paris is an amazing romantic city with its picturesque corners, songs you can hear all over the city and the smell of lighning in the air! This city is well known for its art as many famous architects, philosophers and artists have been inspired by the beauty of this historical city. They say that this is a city for creative people but creative people do not like stereotypes. Sometimes the final idea of inventions deviates from the original scepticism as new perspectives are born. But I think it is no time for philosophies. The point is that this city has the font and the people to create and invent things that most of us would never imagine. And a great example is the Trampoline Bridge.

Concept Trampoline Bridge, Paris
Concept Trampoline Bridge, Paris
Concept Trampoline Bridge, Paris
Concept Trampoline Bridge, Paris

This project was made by Atelier Zündel Cristea, a French architect who brought to life the idea of a new attraction that will amaze people for years. It is an amusement park site planted on River Seine and called the Trampoline Bridge bucause that it is,  apparently inflatable with macro network for a playful ride from one bank to another and certainly alternative than the existing ones. The bridge PVC is participating in a competition of contemporary design of bridges, at least according to the comments on facebook. The bridge was opened with a warm welcome by the people of the city maybe because moving in the city of lovers lately, seems to have become a bit chaotic cause of the traffic and perhaps this attractive solution could take the stress away.

Concept Trampoline Bridge, Paris
Concept Trampoline Bridge, Paris
Concept Trampoline Bridge, Paris
Kids having fun while crossing the bridge

Photos: businessinsider

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