The starting point of the present work lies in the expansion of Moscow on July 1, 2012. On this day the city was enlarged by about 1446 km. This was justified due to the imminent traffic collapse and lack of space in the city. The work tries to think different ways in solving these problems. The immense expansion on the outskirts of the city is confronted with a strong concentration in the center. Instead of enlarging the road network a room for pedestrians and cyclists is created. A Living Bridge is used as a typology. In this typology, long forgotten in Europe, the basic function of crossing an obstacle is combined with a series of other functions. The work is designed to demonstrate the performance of this typology. In addition to its main function, the project includes a museum, an event center, a media library, a TV station, laboratories, shops, offices and apartments with community areas. The bridge is accessed by six pylons. These pylons not only provide to the functions of the bridge, but also the adjoining ground floor zones to enable flexible use.