1937 has been immortalized in San Francisco’s history as it was the birth year of The “Golden Gate” Bridge. Joseph Strauss was a striving engineer and a poet who designed an art deco global red color 1.7-mile (2.7km) long railroad bridge which would span the Golden Gate and would open up the San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean. This masterpiece has become one of the most world-wide recognized symbols of San Francisco, California and of the United States.
INSPIRATION | The arched lines created by the Golden Gate Bridges’ suspension cables guide the Hyde’s form. The result is a seamless curved shape that updates an art deco style with commanding sleekness; the perfect place to capture serenity like the view that surrounds the famous landmark.
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