Knight wins Norwegian bridge competition

Knight Architects' New City Bridge for Drammen in Norway. The competition-winning design was created in partnership with local practice SAAHA and engineer Degree of Freedom

Practice and local firm picked for New City Bridge project

Knight Architects has won a design competition for a new river crossing in the Norwegian town of Drammen.

The practice – along with local firm SAAHA, engineer Degree of Freedom, and landscape designer Asplan Viak – had its design picked ahead of two other teams for the pedestrian and highway structure across the Drammenselva, some 35km southwest of Oslo.

Runners up were a second team featuring Degree of Freedom, NUNO arkitektur and Studio Oslo Landskapsarkitekter; and Team 3, which featured Oslo-based Alt.arkitektur, EFLA, BEaM and Dronninga and was led by Lars Martin Dugstad.

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