Dub Hub pedestrian bridge arches across the Liffey river to connect the lively historic distric with the contemporary district in Dublin. The broad, parl-like brdige offers direct routes, passive paths, varieties of seating, as well as a Wi-fi hotspot, charging stations, bike parking, and a massive ribbon display.
Three rolling hills reminiscent of the irish grassy lowlands provide a variety of paths that traverse through a botanical display of grassland. Eco-regions that provide both privacy and sunset views. The hills become intersected on the opposite side with stepped concrete terraces that mimic the rocky morphology of coastal Ireland. The fourth hill is inverted to provide access to the water and act as a small amphitheater.
Team collaborators: Matt Reylae, Jason Buckley, I Maria White