Last month, Crystal Palace Park in the London Borough of Bromley installed a functional piece of structural artwork dubbed Swing Bridge. Led by architecture firm Tonkin Liu Architects, the design team created an 8 m long, undulating, geometric piece of galvanized steel art that utilizes laser-cut comb construction. When desired, the installation can also be rotated to provide pedestrian access to the park’s historic Dinosaur Island.
The island, visible from shore, is populated by 167-year-old concrete dinosaur sculptures and constructed geologic strata depicting three geologic eras: the Precambrian and Lower Paleolithic, Upper Paleolithic-Upper Cretaceous, and Tertiary and
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