This project takes place in Selegie Street, Singapore, where it is home to many historic buildings and also a vital part of local designated Historic District. Yet due to rapid development, it is now a mix of modern and historic buildings, little remains of its character from 20 years ago. The particular footbridge in view, has generally lost its identity as a passageway. However, this project perceives it as a successful city browser which witnesses the regeneration of the city fabric, connecting past with the modern contemporary. This project hence aspires to enhance the sense of physical connection of this bridge, accentuating a suspended spatial intervention which records and tells the passing of time.