Tabiat Bridge crosses Modarres Highway, one of the main highways of the city, and connects Abo Atash Park on the west to Taleghani Park on the east. The intention was to design a pedestrian route that was completely separate from the highway. The 270 meters long bridge is the largest pedestrian bridge built so far in Iran.

All the three levels of the bridge are connected to each other by ramps and stairs. These ramps continuously connect the levels to each. Shape of the structure and in order to make the ramps work properly, the continuous decks of the bridge also ended up with slight slopes adding. These ramps provide multiple paths throughout the bridge to get from each level to another and infinite ways to experience it as a whole, encouraging pedestrians to wander and get lost on this bridge.

Since the site was covered by trees, especially on the east side, the number of columns and their location was designed in a way to have the minimum footprint on the ground in order to avoid having to remove trees. This resulted in having three columns which widen on top and form a shape similar to trees, with the largest span between them over both lanes of the highway to be 93 meters.