Portland : River District park system urban design framework study (2001)

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Title: Portland : River District park system urban design framework study (2001)
Author: Portland (Or.); Portland Parks and Recreation; Peter Walker and Partners Landscape Architects; Opsis Architecture
Abstract: The Framework Plan: creates a strong and poetic metaphor of historic Tanner Creek; it addresses the deeper meanings of the natural cycle of water collection and storage, the visual relationship between water and land, and the natural and social life that they support; provides a great variety of spaces, both in terms of use and scale; reaches out to promote a synergy between civic and private development initiatives; [and] establishes strong, guiding principles to promote a sense of place. The plan relies on simple elements which are both common and unique to the city. [From the Plan]
Description: 18 pp. Bookmarks supplied by UO. Maps, figures, illus. Published January 16, 2001. Captured September 18, 2009.
URI: http://www.pdc.us/pdf/dev_serv/pubs/dev_riv_dist_urban_design_study.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/1794/9797
Date: 2001-01-16


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