Design firm Weiss/Manfredi visualized a pedestrian bridge over Brush Creek, with native grasses softening the edges of the existing landscape scheme.
Design firm Weiss/Manfredi visualized a pedestrian bridge over Brush Creek, with native grasses softening the edges of the existing landscape scheme. Weiss/Manfredi Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Design firm Weiss/Manfredi visualized a pedestrian bridge over Brush Creek, with native grasses softening the edges of the existing landscape scheme. Weiss/Manfredi Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Nelson-Atkins Museum dreams of a cultural district with pedestrian bridges and a hotel

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