Woodland Park is one of the oldest parks in Houston, but unfortunately is little known and has largely fallen into disrepair. This design for a typographic bridge seeks to reinvigorate the park by drawing attention to it's greatest asset: the park's ability to help people connect with other people, connect with nature, and connect with the past. Just as a bridge literally connects one shore to another, this bridge connects people with others and the environment.
It also serves a utilitarian function, since connecting the east and west meadows of Woodland Park is critical for its development as a reinvigorated place for people to gather and relax. The bridge therefore serves both a conceptual and utilitarian purpose.