To create a more unique aspect to the viewing corridors and to enliven the ground plane with topographic shifts, I designed granite retaining walls that would ray out from specified origin points. The retaining walls would double as seating for various types of events throughout the park. The large hill would supply ample seating for an audience on a cozy, grassy slope. There are several different types of pavements throughout the park that will help frame the viewing corridors and inform what types of activities might be appropriate based on their design. On the east side of the park are open plaza areas that run parallel to a very busy Washington Street. To create both a visual and audio barrier, I designed to have beautiful water features that will make a sheeting wall all along the plazas. This will also aid in creating entrances and enforcing the visual power of the existing viewing corridors.