When viewed from the high tower houses, the squares melt into one solid, ornamental surface. Seen from the pedestrian level, the large spaces with their changing shapes and pavement patterns, form a decorative and lively
base for the city space. In addition to cosiness, the plan offers plenty of flexibility and unexpectedness with services, activities and workshops which change according to the time of year.
Technical equipment and structures on ground level are built as sculptural shapes, with perforated steel as their surface material. The same material is used underneath the bridges as a “ceiling” for the public spaces underneath.
An environmental sculpture forms a surprise element by the bridge with its form inspired by jellyfish and rockweed. A pedestrian passageway goes through the transparent structure.