Ca(pa)ble Bridge

Explore a diverse range of bridge designs and construction processes undertaken by TU Delft’s Archineering students, from analyzing iconic bridges to showcasing their own innovative projects, all aimed at promoting sustainability in bridge architecture.


September 13th – 22nd 2021

Andy Senn

AndySenn Office, CH Architect in St. Gallen, Switzerland, Senn has kept his architecture office since 1998. In that time, his … More


Bouwtuin, NL Mo Smit, Remi Groenendijk and Marlies Boterman, a team of researchers and designers focused on the development of … More

Anne Niemann

TU Munich, Architectural Design and Timber Construction Currently architect and research associate working on building with hardwood and simply build … More

Oscar Vos

krft Based in Amsterdam, Vos co-founded denieuwegeneratie in 2008, now known as krft since 2015. Board member of the Dutch … More

Achim Menges

Stuttgart University, Institute for Computational Design and Construction (IDC) Architect and professor at the University of Stuttgart and founding director … More

Ferdinand Ludwig

TU Munich, Green Technologies in Landscape Architecture Professorship in the Green Technologies in Landscape Architecture at TU Munich and co-founder … More

Florian Eckardt

ArchitectinAmsterdam Architect based in Amsterdam, Florian Eckardt designs with timber on various scales such as the Stadshout Pavilion in Amstelpark. … More

Nick Krouwel

Atelier Krouwel Currently, architect and furniture designer based in Amsterdam. He creates furniture utilizing clean timber joinery as well as … More

Hermann Blumer

Timber Construction Expert Considered to be the most important protagonist of innovation in wood construction, Blumer has collaborated with architects … More

Felix Waechter

TU Darmstadt and Waechter+Waechter Architekten BDA Previously part of the Department of Design and Building Construction and now the Faculty … More

Anne Beim

The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Centre for Industrialized Architecture (CINARK) Head of Centre for Industrialized Architecture (CINARK) at … More