The twisted relationship of these two religions on the river generates the entrance, the corridor and the exit of the bridge by using the logic of geometry to regulate the walls and division. The relationship between the beliefs of the two villages is shown through space separation. The conflict and integration of the two religions are contained in the new material bridge body with traditional form.
Can architecture itself tell the stories, can it illustrate the intentions without help, or can it be the one who enjoy its own prosperity? The final result of the design, rather than an architecture and a visual, is an architectualized "concept", and a visualized "symbol".