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LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners
LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch, Abramson Teiger Architects | International Design Awards Winners

LALA Gateway Bridge - Los Angeles Looping Arch

CompanyAbramson Teiger Architects
Lead DesignersTrevor Abramson
Design TeamTrevor Abramson, FAIA Design Principal; Michael Lindell, Project Senior Designer
Project LocationMarina Del Rey, CA
Clientunbuilt
Prize(s)Gold in Architecture Categories / Arches, bridges, viaducts and gateways
Entry Description

The Big Picture: The Harbor in Los Angeles’s Marina Del Rey is the largest man made small craft harbor in the world, which is a valuable resource if you are a boater. Unfortunately for a cyclist or pedestrian, the Marina breaks the existing pathway connecting the North and South route. Cyclists and pedestrians who want to experience the Los Angeles urban coastline must make a lengthy detour around the Marina, hindering the quintessential LA experience of cycling or walking along the Santa Monica Bay. To solve this problem, we are proposing a new pedestrian and bike path that bridges over the h

Bio

Our designs are inspired by an earnest desire to elevate the human soul, to facilitate connection, and to improve the lives of the people they serve. Our goal is to find the perfect balance in every physical space by merging boldly calculated yet deliberately spontaneous thinking to create experiential harmony. We’ve preserved constant design themes that reflect our Southern California roots while remaining inventive and progressive. Clean lines and striking forms are infused with layers of light and texture to maintain natural dimension and endless possibility.