Located on the outskirt of Seoul, the Oksu Dong Pedestrian Bridge seeks to create a vital connection between two sources of transportation infrastructure. Floating over a series of landscaped plazas the structure creates a pedestrian route between a local train platform and an interstate train station. The sculptural nature of the bridge roofs over a series of landscape terraces leading to the adjacent neglected neighborhood of Oksu Dong, repairing the urban disconnect to the surrounding areas by using the infrastructure divide as a portal to the area rather than a barrier. Composed of a series of compressive structural wood frames linked by steel cables and woven fabric tensile members the bridge seeks to create an architectural statement true to the integrity of the local construction techniques while providing a modern aesthetic to the way this elements are combined. Inspired by the techniques used by the local Korean people while traveling with their daily lunch portions to the planting fields, the bridge structure seeks to imitate the wrapping of their dishware with woven plant material, by combining structural elements in compression with the interwoven tensile qualities provided by the steel cables and tensile fabric.