T. Evans Wyckoff Pedestrian Bridge

Seattle, WA


SRG Partnership, Inc.

Civil + Cultural

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Museum of Flight Bridge - Translucent Canopy

Museum of Flight Bridge - Translucent Canopy

Project ID: 25284
Seattle is no stranger to the aviation industry, being the birthplace and center of Boeing's assembly operations and hosting one of the largest air and space museums in the world, the Museum of Flight. The Museum is linked to an exhibit space by the T. Evans Wyckoff Pedestrian Bridge, which features 5,250 sq. ft. of our custom BriteWay translucent canopy system. Specified in clear glazing, our system protects pedestrians from harsh weather while providing glare-free natural daylight on the walkway, and offers a unique aesthetic at night with the use of colorful LED lighting. The design of the bridge was inspired by the phenomenon of a contrail, which is a stream of crystallized vapor created in a plane's wake, to incorporate the spirit of the museum and the local aviation history.

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T. Evans Wyckoff Pedestrian Bridge

Seattle, WA


SRG Partnership, Inc.

Civil + Cultural

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Project ID: 25284
Seattle is no stranger to the aviation industry, being the birthplace and center of Boeing's assembly operations and hosting one of the largest air and space museums in the world, the Museum of Flight. The Museum is linked to an exhibit space by the T. Evans Wyckoff Pedestrian Bridge, which features 5,250 sq. ft. of our custom BriteWay translucent canopy system. Specified in clear glazing, our system protects pedestrians from harsh weather while providing glare-free natural daylight on the walkway, and offers a unique aesthetic at night with the use of colorful LED lighting. The design of the bridge was inspired by the phenomenon of a contrail, which is a stream of crystallized vapor created in a plane's wake, to incorporate the spirit of the museum and the local aviation history.
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