Footbridge Café/restaurant - Bike/Store Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Rated 3.5 from 7 votes
Category Miscellaneous
Theme Modern
Size Medium
Submitted by ronman101
Posted on February 28th, 2019 11:01 PM EST
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Length 70 Width 293 Height 93 1907430 blocks Relative height to paste: 0 block

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This was inspired by a designed by Architect Laurent Saint-Val. He proposed a new inhabitable bridge for Amsterdam, Netherlands that included a new walkway that contains a restaurant and bike store.
I build this bridge with Quarts Block, Red Terracotta Block, and Acacia Fence for the suspension bridge. This was build using the online PixelCircleGenerator. That comes in handy when making all of the curves.
Inside the Towers - There are two floors in each tower, to be used for a Store and a Café. Sorry, but I decided to leaves these two rooms both unfinished (Please add your own touches). I also left the grounds around the bridge clear so that you can add your own touches.
Bridge suspension wires: I spend weeks (most of the build) trying to figure out a way to create the suspension wires, and there is just no easy, clean way to angle and curve the "wires" as the bridge moves from one side to the other side. So, I made them straight. This was the cleanest way I could do it with all of the curves in this bridge (I was considering leaving them out as it looked good without them). I believe there are more curves in this bridge than any of my previous builds.

I want to thank all of you for downloading and voting for another personnel masterpiece. I’m happy to share this with you all, it was a lot of fun building this puppy (over, and over, and over, and over again). This was lovely 2 month build for me to get the arches and design just right. Here is the inspiring picture for my build.

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