Merriam-Webster defines destination as “a place worthy of travel or an extended visit.” In the landscape architecture world, that destination could be a park, an urban plaza or even a walkway that connects points of interest within a community.
Destination parks all have stories to tell. What’s behind the design? Where do the ideas come from? What does the space say to its visitors?
Click the play button and take a stroll through the park with us.
Video narrated by Planning and Landscape Architecture Practice Leader Tim Bargainer
For more information about park design or Halff’s Planning and Landscape Architecture team, write to Info-Landscape@Halff.com.
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