The work inspired by the native redbud trees that once inhabited the site, now displaced by the highway project. The heart-shaped leaf patterns and their seed pods add form and texture to concrete MSE walls and to two city entryway bridges at Courthouse Road and 10th Street. The leaf patterns are developed as sculptural forms with intricate detail and veining. They drape the retaining walls along the site, adding scale while softening the impact of the infrastructure on the once wooded site. Bridge spans are enhanced with laser-cut leaf patterned grills fabricated in weathering steel. These are LED back illuminated with programmable color, reflecting sky tones, transitioning hues over a fifteen-minute loop, to provide interest, movement and memorable landmarks at the entries to Arlington.