The “Pixelated Mountain” comes from the generation of a flat modular surface composed by 2x2mt and 0,3 mt thick blocks, with its main characteristic
being its adaptability to the different needs of the bridge in the most flexible manner possible. The bridge fits in the neighborhood taking into account its
urban features, paying a special attention to the connections that will be created from the two banks: the one of the Hermitage museum, more public,
and the opposite one, more private, typical of a residential district.
The bridge creates a direct link with the Hermitage museum, almost as it would be
an extension of the museum itself. The little space, that nowadays stands in front of it, will be turned into a place where events will take place,
addressed to everyone: existing communities, visitors and the neighborhoods around it.