This paper presents novel research in structural design and analysis of an ultra-transparent bridge made of glass sheets only in a double layer, funicular, compression-only configuration. The funicular form of the bridge maximizes its structural performance and minimizes the use of materials and resources. The paper explains the form finding process of the bridge using 3D graphic statics (3DGS) that is a geometry-based structural design method allowing the extensive exploration of funicular structural solutions in three dimensions. Using 3DGS method results in structural forms that are polyhedral geometries with planar faces. This planarity constraint facilitates the construction of the structure using flat sheet materials. The structure of the bridge consists of polyhedral cells with planar glass faces held together in compression by using transparent polymer joints. The research demonstrates multiple FEM analyses of the funicular glass bridge under various loading scenarios which includes modeling the bridge using the shell, solid, and bar-node elements for structural analysis. Consequently, the behavior of the structure is evaluated first under the factored design loads to find its uniform load-bearing capacity in multiple steps; In each step, 3DGS design loads are successively scaled by a constant factor, and maximum tensile stress and deflections of the bridge are calculated and then compared with the maximum tensile stress of the glass and allowable deflection for each member of the structure. Various loading scenarios are tested to find the most critical loading condition, and the behavior of the structure is evaluated under the critical, asymmetric loading scenario. Also, a time history FEM analysis is performed to investigate the effects of lateral loads on the bridge structure. In conclusion, the paper expands on the details and different aspects of the structural design of a glass bridge, and thus, extends the unconventional use of glass as a compression-only construction material in the design of efficient structures.