So I’m thinking about steps and people, people and steps . . . . . .
[ Like I said, people and steps. ]
- Where does the landing(s) g0?
- Where do the seat walls go? At which levels?
- Tree’s? Shrubs? Trees and shrubs?
- Brick? Block? Brick and Stone?
Nothing better than people and steps, steps and people . . .
I won't mind if you share this:
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Oh the luxury of slope; for without it there would be no steps, only people. Or if steps, where would be the destination.
One more question: Where and how to put a pergola on the steps for the enjoyment by the people? Or a pergola with wings spread over the landings.
I like your concepts Rick.