Design challenges frequently include
pre-existing structural, soil, and water issues, all of
which can be adapted into more diverse, visually stimulating
landscapes . . .
Spaces can be maniupulated
in a variety of ways, but the essential requirements remain the
same: scale, tiering and layers, and a range of visual cues .
and isolated spaces establishes variety and ranges of possibility
to experience the landscape . . .
Multiple perspectives and diversity
of plantings allows maximum use and enjoyment of the landscape
. . .