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“Slinky Springs to Fame” aluminum bridge by Tobias Rehberger in Oberhausen “Slinky Springs to Fame” aluminum bridge by Tobias Rehberger in Oberhausen

It is no longer just the top international architects who are turning to aluminium when planning and building their designs. Increasing numbers of ordinary construction companies are also discovering the flexible metal for themselves.

No matter whether it is needed for insulating window and door frames, roof panels, or solar power systems, aluminium is easy to work with, regulates heat, and lasts a long time – and is thus a guarantee for satisfied architects.

Picture credit:
“Slinky Springs to Fame” aluminium bridge by Tobias Rehberger in Oberhausen. The client EMSCHERGENOSSENSCHAFT had the 406-meter-long stress-ribbon bridge built across the Rhine–Herne Canal as part of the EMSCHERKUNST.2010 exhibition.
Photographer: Roman Mensing/EMSCHERKUNST

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