Workshop drawings for striking steel bridges
The Calatrava bridges are three steel bridges spanning the main canal in the Haarlemmermeer and were designed by the world-famous Spanish architect, Santiago Calatrava. The three distinctive white cable ribs each with an inclined steel pylon have both an aesthetic and a constructive function. And, because the cables look like strings, the bridges have been given the names Harp, Zither and Lute. Iv-Consult made the workshop drawings of the three bridges.