Archive for April 10th, 2013

Sheikh Zayed Bridge / Zaha Hadid Architects by Hufton+Crow | ArchDaily

The DC Office of Planning is hoping to re-purpose the old southbound 11th Street Bridge in Southeast DC for future recreational and educational activities as a destination for the District and visitors alike. With tighter budgets than the bridge in this article, OP is hoping to encourage innovative cost conscious design solutions in a competition in the near future.

 

Becoming a destination in itself and potential catalyst in the future urban growth of Abu Dhabi, the Zaha Hadid designed Sheikh Zayed Bridge was conceived in a highly mobile society that requires a new route around the Gulf south shore, connecting the three Emirates together. Hufton+Crow shared with us their photos as they capture the many viewpoints of this sinusoidal waveform structure. A complete gallery of images after the break.

via Sheikh Zayed Bridge / Zaha Hadid Architects by Hufton+Crow | ArchDaily.

Serif vs. Sans: The Final Battle – Blog About Infographics and Data Visualization – Cool Infographics

Ever have a problem deciding whether to use Serif or Sans? The Serif vs. Sans: The Final Battle infographic from webdesignerdepot.com has broken down when and why you should use each one. The final verdict? Serif is better for print and Sans is better for web.

via Serif vs. Sans: The Final Battle – Blog About Infographics and Data Visualization – Cool Infographics.