Singapore's 274m wave like bridge

PART of the nine-kilometre Southern Ridges and designed by RSP Architects Planners & Engineers and IJP Corporation Ltd, the Henderson Waves is a monstrous 274-metre long structure that connects two parks in Singapore.

The undulating ribs flow organically across seven wave spans. It is hard not to think you might have somehow snaked your way into a whale's belly or two while making your way through. 

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