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Seventy-four of some of the biggest names in the architecture and engineering industries, as well as some of the most exciting up-and-coming talents have submitted a diverse assortment of designs for the competition to design the Nine Elms to Pimlico Bridge. At this stage of the EU regulated competition, the designs are being displayed on an anonymous basis. This ensures that new talent get just as much consideration as more established practices.
Designs range from mind-boggling space-age spans that seem to fly across the river, to whimsical, wild and wonderful waterfalls, pink fairy lights, to more classic, yet inspirational ideas. Wandsworth Council have invited Londoners to comment on the designs, which will then be fed through to the competition’s panel of judges, which includes Wandsworth Council leader Ravi Govindia, Lambeth councillor Joanne Simpson, architect Graham