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“The bridge deals with structural forces in a simple and direct manner which expresses itself in the elegant and graceful form of the bridge”
The bridge allows pedestrians and cyclists to cross the mouth of the Humber River, providing a vital link in the continuous waterfront trail system along the north shore of Lake Ontario.
Steel webbing connecting the two arches of the bridge is patterned as an abstracted version of the “Thunderbird”, an aboriginal icon of the Ojibways who occupied the site for almost two hundred years.
The Humber Bridge has become a popular local landmark, honoured by several national and international design awards including a Governor General's Award, a Canadian Architect Award of Excellence, and an Ontario Association of Architects Award of Excellence.
Completion Date: 1996
Project Type: Bridges
Building Size: 1,000 sq. ft.
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