Xiamen plans to build large-scale elevated footpath network

Updated: 03 May 2018
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Xiamen Footpath renderings by DISSING+WEITLING architecture
In a design plan recently released by Danish architecture firm Dissing+Weitling, Xiamen plans to create a large-scale network of footpaths, elevated footpaths and footbridges, allowing pedestrians to experience natural beauty from the bustle and hustle in the city.
The network of footpaths will bring the city's residents and visitors into the mountains and connect the vibrant cityscape with the peaceful landscape.
The Danish architecture firm designed the world's longest bicycle skyway, which was put into service in 2017 in Xiamen. It was recently chosen as the winner in an international design competition to envision the elevated footpath project in Xiamen.
Scan the QR code to learn more design renderings of the Xiamen Footpath project
Project Name: Xiamen Footpaths
Type: Footpaths, elevated footpaths and seven footbridges
Length in total: 21 kms
Width: 3.5 to 4.5 m
Architect: DISSING+WEITLING architecture
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