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Transforming old into new

The town of Lidingö has transformed its Lilla Lidingöbron Bridge into an architectural masterpiece.

The old pedestrian bridge, built in 1925, has been replaced to make way for a modern, trend-setting structure. The project was successfully completed in the year 2023.Together with the British architectural firm Knight Architects, the plans were drawn up for one of Sweden's longest bridges - an impressive 730-metre long and 16-metre wide pre-stressed concrete bridge with 16 bridge pillars. The new bridge is designed to triple the capacity for pedestrian and bicycle traffic and boasts a fantastic view. The bridge is divided into a crossover for pedestrians, cyclists and scooters and two tracks for tram traffic connecting Lidingö with Stockholm.

The size of the new bridge alone makes it a landmark engineering feat. The complementing DOGLA-TRIO 1032 architectural mesh from Haver & Boecker offered an ideal solution: robust and durable, with an open area of around 75%, a weight of 4.4 kg/cubic metre and a maximum width of three metres per mesh element, it not only met the engineering requirements, but also contributed to the architectural design of the bridge.

For more information about this project, please visit our project page.


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