Visitors crossing the world's highest and longest glass-bottomed bridge above a valley in Zhangjiajie, China, August 2016. Fred Dufour/AFP

Israeli Designer of Glass Bridge Wanted Something People Wouldn't Notice, but Ended Up Creating Global Sensation

Haim Dotan is delighted by the public response to his glass-bottomed suspension bridge, but is less thrilled by Israel’s muddled urban planning

“We thought people would be afraid to walk on it, but today it’s simply unbelievable. I’ve never designed anything on which so many people go, as if they were zombies,” says Israeli architect Haim Dotan, about...

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