Georgian architect, who is a member of Lithuanian team called KILD, was awarded for winning the Eco-Bridge competition.
KILD proposed a structure evoking the “pictorial passage through the southern slopes of the two discontinued mountain peaks of Mt. Umyeon and Maljukgeori Parks”, which was in response to the Yangjaegogae Eco Bridge Design Competition commissioned by the Seoul Metropolitan Government.
The landscape of the bridge is referential to the natural, informal, simplistic and unforced nature of Korean gardens, explained the team. The architectural language of the structure of the intervention is tender to the rhythmic nature of the traditional Korean garden pavilions traditionally used to invite for the enjoyment of the surrounding garden sceneries.