Amgen Helix Pedestrian Bridge

The location of biotech firm Amgen warranted the construction of a walkway bridge for pedestrians. Designed as an access point but also intended to visibly point the way for visitors, Johnson Architecture cladded the sides of the bridge with trapezoidal panels made of Tigris and Lago stainless steel mesh.

Weaves: Tigris, Lago

Attachment: Woven-In-Bar Eyebolts Top and Bottom

Application: Safety and Security

Subsection: Enclosures

Location: Seattle, Washington

Architect: Johnson Architecture & Planning

Market Segment: Civil

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