结构的圣地亚哥是指出和独特的冒险和勇敢的形式。他经常发现执行有挑战性的项目领域的空间设计和桥接结构。他的挑战的个性这增加了他的专业知识。一的事,可以认为是圣地亚哥的一个独特的特征是这冒险的工作。他表示混合架构师。Allamilo是一个伟大的建筑师和工程建设的世界,被认为是最独特的设计建设的历史。河上的桥是位于塞维利亚瓜达尔基维尔河。桥根据Arpa的工作概念图(客人,et al .,2012)。
Several professional has their significant work in the field of spatial design. Santiago Calatrava is one of those professionals who have demonstrated exceptional work in the field is spatial design. Santiago has a lot of experience and associated projects with his names, which determine the expertise and excellence of him. These demonstration and work of Santiago can be considered as study course for those who belong to field while he is an institution in the field of spatial design. Projects associated which are associated with his excellent expertise are St. Nicholas Church, Trinity River Bridges, Museum of Tomorrow, Rio de Janeiro, Peace Bridge, Sharq Crossing and Florida Polytechnic University.
Bridge design engineering and construction are termed and measured as some of the most difficult engineering works all over the world. It is probably because of the need and demand which engineering works in bridging is required. Bridges are constructed and meant to full fill the requirement and demand of bearing thousands of tons. Several engineers have work in the field including Santiago. The expertise of Santiago could be examined be his work in Allamilo Bridge.
Structural work of Santiago is noted and distinct for adventurous and courageous form. He has often found performing challenging projects in the field of spatial design and bridging architecture. It is his challenge taking personality which has increased his expertise. One of the thing that could be considered as a unique characteristic of Santiago is this adventurous work. He is signalled as hybrid architect as well. Allamilo is one of the great architect and engineering construction of the world which is considered as most unique design of the construction history. Bridge is located in Seville on the river Guadalquivir. The working concept of bridge based on Arpa figure (Guest, et al., 2012).