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BP Bridge in Millennium Park of Chicago

Clad in brushed stainless steel panels, Frank Gehry’s BP Bridge complements the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in function as well as design by creating an acoustic barrier from the traffic noise below. Connecting Millennium Park to Daley Bicentennial Plaza, east of the park, this 925-foot-long winding bridge, Gehry’s first, provides incomparable views of the Chicago skyline, Grant Park and Lake Michigan.







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