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The Prince of Wales Bridge gets an update as artist reimagines iconic UK landmarks for 2021

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Parkdean Resorts has reimagined some of the UK’s most famous landmarks to visualize what they would look like if they were built today, taking into account the needs of people in 2021, such as remote working, technological advancements and environmental issues.

Throughout history, landmarks have been built to remember significant events, to establish a location or to play a practical role. But how would they look if they were designed now?

The iconic Prince of Wales Bridge (formerly called simply the ‘second Severn Bridge’) is one of the landmarks to receive a redesign and has been reimagined as an eco-friendly bridge used to power the whole of Newport, bring some greenery to the area and utilise the earth’s resources for energy.

Here, this version of the Prince of Wales Bridge features:

Elsewhere in the UK, landmarks such as Glenfinnan Viaduct, the London Eye and Stonehenge have all received a redesign – addressing high-speed travel, remote working and the future of live performances respectively.

You can view all 8 reimagined landmarks here.

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