Geometric Hot SpringsScreen Shot 2013-04-20 at 6.31.34 PM“Geometric Hot Springs” by German Del Sol

Villarica National Park, Chile.  2003-2004

The geometric shapes that form the walkways and bath houses that line these natural hot springs reveal areas never before accesible in this landscape.

Alto de Bayna


“Alto de Bayna Lookout” by Juan Antonio Sanchez

Blanca, Spain.  2004

The angled columns, steel cable overhead, and narrow passageway leading to the edge of a cliff create tension in this rugged terrain.

Pedestrian Walkway

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“Pedestrian Walkway of Deer Moat” by AP Atelier/Josef Pleskot

Prague< Czech Republic . 2002

Parallel wood elements, along with a single steel rail, make a path amongst the hillsides that let visitors interact with the landscape in different ways.

1 comment
  1. 5 – good, and I would add that the geometric shapes reveal how the earth cracks open to release the hot water.
    5 – the words tension and cliff work well together
    3 – allowing visitors to “interact with the landscape in different ways” is a very general statement. Be specific and ask yourself what the path reveals about the landscape – it seems to be floating on top of the ground cover across the hillside.

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