Bridgewater Bridge, Stoke 2008

The bridge was key in establishing a new pedestrian axis for the residential development, facilitating connectivity within the local area. The bridge was conceived as a social space for gathering, resting and enjoying views across the proposed canal basin. Large steps on each side of the canal basin allow for easy access to the new leisure activities while creating an informal south facing amphitheatre experience. The bridge will be tiled on both it’s top surface and underside with bespoke tiles designed by NORD using patterns derived from local industrial ceramicist Thomas Minton in the late 19th century thereby establishing strong links with the history of the local community.


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