On the left, over the sloping street, a footbridge allows for the passage between two terraces. There is an openwork railing at the end. This detail shows how Michel Marot constantly played with the interpenetration of volumes and voids and how he mastered light. The interlinking of textures is typical of the rest of the domain: stones, rough concrete, Veronico tiles and marble tiles on the floor, concrete or wrought iron railings that give rhythm to the proportions, mahogany windows and doors. These combinations always stimulate observation.