California students build Arroyo Bridge using collaborative robotics | Robotic construction - Dezeen

Rima Sabina Aouf, freelance writer, editor and illustrator summarizes, Students at the University of Southern California's School of Architecture have designed and built a complex bridge in Los Angeles using a semi-robotic process that slashed construction waste.

Photo: It was produced by students from the University of Southern California's School of Architecture together with Madworkshop

The 70-foot Arroyo Bridge began life as a speculative project in a University of Southern California design-build studio, headed by lead researcher R Scott Mitchell.

It is designed as an intricate web of steel tubing, with a layered structure inspired by leaf veins and tree branches.

The bridge's structure was the result of a challenge that saw 13 undergraduate students tasked with designing a pedestrian bridge using parametric design tools...

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