This exhibition, The Art of Spanish Bridge Design, is located at the Friend Center Library, Princeton University. This exhibition features the Spanish tradition of bridge design and is a result of the Fall 2014 term of the course “CEE463: A Social and Multi-Dimensional Exploration of Structures.” The exhibition, co-curated with Professor Ignacio Payá-Zaforteza of Valenica, Spain, tells the story of a selection of Spanish structures and their engineers, ranging from breathtaking, world-record bridges to humble, yet marvelous footbridges. These works provide a window into the culture of creative, passionate engineers, who seek perfection in details, believe in the power of sketching, acknowledge the importance of the environmental context and construction process, and have a broad culture that embraces art and humanities in addition to engineering. Information on the exhibition can be found here and a virtual tour is below.