Todays public interaction is most of the time just ‘one way’, it is consumption. Bridges play multiple roles in this contemporary consuming society. They arrange orientation in public space, create infrastructural connections and bring people literally nearer to each other. Bridges stage daily human interactions. But can they provoke new interactions? The bridges are designed for three introvert 80’s neighboorhouds in Rotterdam. The neighboorhouds lack interaction, monolithic architecture creates a huge distance between the lively interiors of the households and the public space. Pauline Terreehorst (fashion trendwatcher) and YYY teamed up to create designs that are symbols of dignity and frindliness. They refer to domestic activities like knitting and needle works. The design uses repetitive patterns that bend as if the bridges are made of soft fabrics. Where possible, the soft curves accomodate benches to create sitting areas for human interaction and relaxing.