A bizarre pedestrian bridge was built on the Tbilisi Kura River, designed by Italian architect Michel DeLucchi and French lighting designer Philippe Martinyud. It looks a bit like a sanitary napkin. But seriously, this is a significant bridge. The designers used the glass and iron construction to connect the old and new districts of Tbilisi, installing 30,000 LED lights and 240 sensors, at night, and the flag of Georgia will appear in the ceiling. It is also known as the Peace Bridge.
The Peace Bridge is a footbridge on the Kura River in downtown Tbilisi. One of the landmark buildings in Tbilisi. Designed by the Italian architect Michele De Lucchi, this designer graduated from Florence, Italy, which was originally a cultural and artistic capital, and the designers who developed it also have their own style.
This Peace Bridge is a rare current building in Tbilisi. The style and the whole city are somewhat out of place, but it is probably because it is different, so it can be remembered.
When I went to the middle of the mountain and went to see this Peace Bridge, I suddenly remembered that my friend and I said that this Peace Bridge also has a name called Pippi Shrimp Bridge. Speaking of it, this shape is really a bit like it. From a high image, it is really like a blue pimp shrimp on the Kura River.