PEDESTRIAN BRIDGES DESIGN PROCESS AND CONSIDERATIONS – 3 CASE STUDIES by Lucile Walgenwitz
Lucile Walgenwitz is an Associate at Guy Nordenson and Associates. She received her master’s degree in civil engineering from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (now Ecole des Ponts ParisTech) in France in 2008. Current projects at Guy Nordenson and Associates include the Corning Museum of Glass North Wing with Thomas Phifer and Partners and the John V Tunney Bridge at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles CA with Michael Maltzan Architecture.
STRUCTURAL DESIGN AND PARAMETRIZATION by James Richardson PhD
James Richardson has studied applied mathematics in Cape Town, architecture and structural engineering in Brussels, and received a PhD in Engineering in 2013. He is currently working as a structural engineer at Guy Nordenson and Associates, while continuing to research and publish academic work, and remains an active architectural designer as part of “The End” architecture collective. He is the recipient of the 2008 Brussels Prize for Architecture and winner of the Flemish Government Architect Master project (Genk, Belgium, 2013).
Image: The John V Tunney Bridge at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles CA with Michael Maltzan Architecture (GNA credit)