Roger Williams Park, Rhode Island : Music and Learning Center / 2010

When approaching Roger Williams Park, the visitor is immediately exposed to an array of visual and audible experiences. It is only natural for the visitor to explore. Lead in by such cues, the passenger of the site follows along the paths provided by the lines and contours given and begins taking part in the experience that is offered by nature. Lines and contours create space to inhabit. These lines and contours define that route in which the user travels, becoming the veins of the land signifying the importance of circulation and how it acts as a core unit within the park. The earthly formed paths lead to new venues as the widths fluctuate to designate change in passage as well as begin to form inhabitation.