London Bridge is being built, not falling down. Well, not THAT London Bridge but a new one from Nine Elms to Pimlico. Hundreds of submissions from around the world poured in for this bridge competition in London and of 74 imaginative, striking, and offbeat designs were selected to advance to the next round of eliminations. I’ve culled those down to a baker’s dozen. The pedestrian bridge will connect two growing neighborhoods on opposite sides of the Thames. The designs will be judged by the people who know the area best —a panel of residents. Submissions from up to four teams will be shortlisted for the next round of competition, where they will further detail their concepts. The council plans to announce the panel’s decision—and the chosen contestants—later this month. I vote for the waterfall bridge, which must use the river water in circulation. To see the rest of of the designs, go here.