Tehran is currently suffering from lack of enough public spaces, the ones that are accessible for all, and in which citizens can freely do a wide range of activities with high degrees of sense of belonging.
We-Bridge workshop defined with the aim of activating the leftover spaces under the intracity bridges. These spaces occupy a massive area of almost 822,000 square kilometres across the city and are prohibited to host hard interventions, yet are open to host people. 
We-Bridge suggested that redefining the function of the left-over spaces under the bridges, at first requires a small step. So within the course of a one-week collaboration, a group of architects came together to provide solutions for a temporary urban intervention under the Roshandelan bridge in Tehran. The outcome of the project was a collaborative placemaking, hand in hand with the citizens, happened in couple of hours during a weekend. From playing local street games, to building upcycled furnitures, to host street music bands, the bridge actually bridged individuals who got close to stay away from their daily activities and to leave a footprint on a public space of their city.
Project Managers : Golnaz Djamshidi . Pouyan Bizeh
Design and Execution : Mohsen Khanmohammadi . Siavash Dastgerdi . Shadi Maleki . Ilia Attarpour . Parinaz Amani . Maryam Saedi . Saba Marjani . Helia Mollaahmadi
Special Thanks to : Mr Hadi Pourtaghavi . Mr Sabbaghi . Ms Hajavi . Mr Goudarzi