Sunday, January 24, 2016

glass bridges

Architect Keith Brownlie, who was involved in a glass bridge for The London Science Museum, said that the appeal was "thrill".
"It is the relationship between emotionally driven fear and the logical understanding of safety," he said. "These structures tread the boundary between those two contrasting senses and people like to challenge their rational mind in relation to their irrational fear."

1 comment:

  1. Some people prefer structures done for safety and reassurance, thank you. No glass bridges for me! A horrifying idea.