Tudor Park has five bridges for motorized traffic, seven bike bridges and one pedestrian bridge. In keeping with the architectural theme, the design of the bridge is inspired by the Tudor architecture. Tudor bridges look massive. The solid mass is accentuated by bastions on either side. The current openings are arched. The two arches intersect with an opening at the highest point. As a result, the openings are not quite cylindrical. There is little added detail. The edge in the flow opening lies a few centimeters back so that there is a small refinement. The bridges have a passage with bastions and are made of masonry. The bridges are very slightly arched. The bridges in the district are the main elements that emphasize the Tudor style in the public space.
location: Hoofddorp, The Netherlands
year of design: 2013