Once seen as isolating walkways between buildings, the concept of skybridges is now being dramatically reimagined in skyscrapers around the world.
WHILE the idea of linking buildings to create a unified structure is nothing new, as our cities become ever more densely populated, and as the scale and complexity of structures continue to increase, architects and engineers are taking the concept of skybridges to new heights.
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Footage and images courtesy of Safdie Architects, SHoP Architects, Max Touhey, Emaar Properties, Will Femia, Concord Pacific, ARUP, Joe Mabel, Ildar Sagdejev, CapitaLand, Iwan Baan, Edward Hendricks, Woods Bagot, Tim Dickson, HAL Architects, MIR, Tom Merton, François Schuiten, R. Rummel, Adam Smok, Booth Muirie, Dan DeLuca, Adam Jan, Tony Hoffman, Nick Lehoux, Sunil Shah, Ty Cole, Graham Hart, SP Setia, Cox Architecture, Fender Katsalidis Architects and ThyssenKrupp.