In contrast with the bulk of adjoining stone water gates,
the bridge is a light steel construction, spanning the river
in a single leap. The upper surface serves car traffic, the
future streetcar, and two-way bicycle lane. The lower bridge
serves pedestrians. The two-storey concept provides enough
static height to divide tensions into slender constructive
elements, a "spatial lace". The space is not burdened by diverse
accents, but allows for free flow of water and air, so a two
arch motive is introduced: the lower permeates water, the
upper dematerializes tectonics, making the bridge float. The
lower levels clearly direct the user via constructions elements,
their slenderness allows for airy walking surface and close
contact with water.
In the competition, the project received honorable mention.