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Press releases

  • October 15, 2020

    The new signature bridge of Österdal River will be designed by a team composed of the engi-neering company COWI, bridge architects Dissing+Weitling, and, on the landscaping side, Ar-kitema. This experienced team has just won the international bridge competition organised by the Swedish Transport Administration. The competition included five international pre-qualified teams.

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  • June 28, 2019

    One of the largest bridges in North America, the Samuel De Champlain Bridge, designed by Dissing+Weitling together with engineer Arup and Provencher Roy & Associates Architects, opens today in Montreal, Canada.

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  • May 31, 2019

    Greater Copenhagen’s new landmark for green mobility opens

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  • May 14, 2019

    Xiamen Bicycle Skyway by Dissing+Weitling made it to the top in this year’s Danish Design Award. As the winner of the new category Liveable Cities, the solution is recognized as “having a positive effect on the city environment and ecology”.

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  • November 13, 2018

    The process of designing and constructing a new five-kilometre floating bridge has begun. Towards 2020 Dissing+Weitling will be part of the winning team designing and advising on the most advantageous bridge solution extending motorway E39 across Bjørnafjorden in Hordaland, Norway.

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  • November 1, 2018

    Director of Bridges, Architect Poul Ove Jensen,Dissing+Weitling, is awarded the 2019 RIBA International Fellowships due to major contribution to the world of bridge architecture (Danish press release)

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  • September 19, 2018

    Dissing+Weitling and KRAGH & BERGLUND Landscape architects are amongst the Danish companies participating in Asia’s biggest design event and attraction, Beijing Design Week 2018. Together, the two companies represent the Danish human-centered way of designing public architecture and urban spaces.

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