Trojsky most – Troja bridge Prague

Location: Troja, Prague, Czech Republic
Year of vision: 2005
Team: Tomas Rousek, Zbynek Krulich, Libor Lacina, Luka Krizek

We created a vision of future polymer-concrete bridge situated in Troja for our exhibition Futura Pragensis. It was presented in National Gallery, media & press and in exhibitions in America and EU. Later the municipality started design competition inspired by the vision and final result is interestingly similar to our concept.

Wiki article:

The Troja Bridge (2014) (Czech: Trojský most) is a bowstring arch bridge[2] in Prague that crosses the Vltava river. It opened to traffic in October 2014.[3] The bridge is 262 metres (860 ft) long. It was designed by Mott MacDonald and Koucky Architects,[4] and was constructed by Metrostav.[5]It connects the districts of Troja and Holešovice. The bridge is noted for slender arch and low height-to-span ratio.[2]