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Landscape Architecture-The park network

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The park network forms the connection between the cemetery and its surroundings, and in between the different ‘grave chambers’. The entrances to the cemetery are linked with this network, so that a direct route is created. This network is created with the use of lawns, raised mounds and widely spread trees that lie lower than the ‘grave chambers’. The parks connecting network becomes a separate element of the cemetery. From the park network, sight-lines create new relationships with the surrounding area. Where the landscape necessitates an opening, the system response by opening out into its ‘environs’ adding special elements like: stairways, viewpoints and balconies. via

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Landscape Architecture The park network landscape architecture

Landscape Architecture The park network park network

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Landscape Architecture The park network landscape architecture cemetery

Landscape Architecture The park network landscape architecture park

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