Iceland's architecture firm Teiknistofan Tröð designed the Pedestrian and Bicycle Bridges in Reykjavik Iceland. The project has won the award Varðan 2014, an acknowledgement from The Icelandic Road and Coastal Administration for the design and completion of road infrastructure, awarded every third year.
The bridges are designed in the shape of a triangular pyramid. The deck is held up with steel wires that connect to the top of the pyramid. A pathway lies between the two bridges and along the coastline with rest stops and information stands along the way.
For information about this project and other projects of Teiknistofan Tröð, please visit the its website.