Parasitic City Takes Root on the Foundations of a Decommissioned Highway Bridge – Design You Trust

Parasitic City Takes Root on the Foundations of a Decommissioned Highway Bridge


Back in 2010, a region of southern Italy announced a competition to decide how to reuse a stretch of the Salerno-Reggio Calabria highway, located between Sicily and Bagnara, with a focus on implementing renewable energy into the infrastructure.

Although this particular proposal by Canadian firm Ja Studio didn’t actually meet the requirements, the idea of buildings sprouting on a bridge has definitely taken root in our minds.

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