Accessible ways should appear as natural expressions of the landscape, rather than imposing structures.
We believe that the design of the landscape should express the values of the institution and become a positive expression of the campus character of the establishment. We are careful to respond positively to ADA access issues in given settings so that accessible ways appear as natural expressions of the landscape, rather than discordant structures. Institutional design frequently includes the design of parking facilities and pathways. Our approach is to create clear orientation for visitors. Parking should be located in a manner that provides visual screening or grade separation to minimize the intrusiveness of cars in the landscape.