The component, acting as jig, is inherently variable in assembly and static in dimension. Through the use of quantity, angle, and distance, the component generates an anarchic patterning. Construction of the bridge relied heavily on attempting to apply the forces of compression parallel to the joint. Perpendicular compression on the [t] to the [o] joint resulted in structural failure. Remnants of fallen heros remain in the bridge construction as removal was tedious and destructive to the rest of the bridge structure.
The first artifacts and prototypes edges were shear and flat. To generate more component connection possibilities I made the decision to extend the [t] beyond the width of the [o]. This is what led to the connection of the implied walking surface. The surface would be constructed out of a sort of grate material to allow for views to the structure below. The inspiration for the patterning was retrieved from a meteoritecross-section, showing the Widmanstätten patterning.