When there’s no room to put a town museum in the town proper… sometimes you can create new room! In this case, by turning the building into a prominent and striking new bridge.
Overall, this is a nice fusion of the old surroundings with a new reinterpretation of form while also leveraging the country’s covered bridge tradition. The ends securing the bridge are very much nestled within the existing housing stock that lines the river, which really lets the museum become a part of the town. The galleries inside benefit from the unobstructed light and views, and as a nice bonus the whole thing also provides new (unrestricted, not part of the museum) pedestrian access over the river.
A bold solution to a site constraint that creates new community connection both in the form of the museum and in the literal crossing of the river. Great stuff.