This footbridge in the city of Esch-sur-Alzette forms a direct link between the heart of the city and Parc du Galgenberg. Before completion there was no easy way to access the Parc du Galgenberg, although it is located near the city center. It is obvious that the bridge plays an important role in the revalorization of both the city and the train station neighborhood. The design purity is evident in the reduction of materials and elements. The entire bridge is conceived as a homogeneous steel skin. The exterior of this skin is painted pale gray, emphasizing the subtle curving of the project. The interior is painted in iron oxide red, referring to the Minette region's characteristic red soil. This red "path" indicates the transition from city center to green recreational area, and vice versa.