Istanbul’s Bosphorus Bridge is a familiar sight.
But here, a new bridge is opening that could change the way we travel.
The project is a collaboration between London-based architect, Michael Salford, and Istanbul’s renowned architect, Kocsis Kocsaki.
The two have worked together for the past 15 years, with Kocsi designing the bridge and Salfords work in its interior.
The bridge is the latest in a series of ambitious projects Salfotson has been developing in Istanbul since 2008.
In 2014, the bridge opened to the public, providing access to the country’s commercial and residential districts.
It is a massive undertaking.
The bridge spans 1,100 meters (4,400 feet) and connects to the Istanbul metro system.
The span also connects the capital’s international airport to Istanbul’s commercial center.
In addition to the bridge, Salfots design includes a large new shopping mall.
The project will take place over the course of the next three years.
Salfotss project will feature an extensive network of pedestrian paths, bike lanes and parks, including a pedestrian-only stretch of Bosphorous Avenue, one of the most famous streets in Istanbul.
The new bridge will be built as part of the city’s ambitious plan to transform the city into a city of walking, cycling and transit.
A number of projects are under way in the area, including the construction of a pedestrian bridge over the Aegean Sea, the opening of a new park in the historic Bosphor district, and the renovation of Istanbul’s metro station.
Solfotson also recently announced plans to build a new pedestrian bridge spanning the Bosphoris Bridge from the Bursa district to the Krasilov district, which is home to many cultural sites, restaurants, bars and cultural institutions.
The projects have been funded by the Turkish government, and Solfotss has been praised by local officials for his work.
In 2016, the Istanbul-based architecture firm of Dafni and Associates was awarded the first of a number of design awards from the Istanbul Design Academy.
In addition, the city of Istanbul awarded the firm with a contract to design the citywide Bosphoran Bridge.
For his part, Solfottes architect Kocses Koczesaki said that he is very pleased with the progress that has been made.
“We have been working on this project for many years and the project is now finished,” he said.
“I think the bridge will transform the way Istanbul lives, the way people can travel to work, the people can shop, the culture, and of course it will also create a beautiful urban environment for tourists.”