South Bank Grand Arbour

South Bank Grand Arbour – Brisbane, Australia

The South Bank Grand Arbour was designed by a Melbourne-based firm Denton Corker Marshall in 1997 and completed in 1999 in Brisbane, Australia. It earned a lot of architecture awards. The kilometre-long Arbour is a pedestrian pathway through the South Bank precinct and it separates the Brisbane River side from Grey Street. The snake-shaped structure, consisting of 443 steel tendrils, runs through the site. It divides the South Bank Parklands into various sized circular spaces which serve different functions, such as open space for shops, a beach, a lawn, a pond and so on. The main feature of the Arbour…