Elbow Shadow bridge in Serbia by ARCVS includes an office and hotel

ARCVS has revealed visuals of a two-storey bridge in Novi Sad, Serbia, which will span the River Danube and include a hotel and office building.
Named the Elbow Shadow, the 200-metre-long structure is designed by ARCVS as a multifunctional gateway for pedestrians and cyclists between the city’s late-17th-century Petrovaradin Fortress and its port.
It will host a walkway on its lower level and a private hotel and offices above, all enclosed within a chunky bracket-shaped Corten steel structure that nods to the aesthetic of the port’s old industrial buildings.