Draw Sight Lines connections between different zones with dotted lines Pathways

Draw sight lines connections between different zones

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well connected to related structures on the site. Draw Sight Lines connections between different zones with dotted lines Pathways for visual connections, solid lines for physical Corridors connections and heavy solid lines for barriers. Label Walls/ Fences each zone and connection with key words. • Compromise is a key factor in community design. Gather all the small groups together to review and One or Two Preferred discuss the diagram options. Try to chose or create one Preliminary Zoning or two favourite bubble diagram configurations for Options use in the design development stage. Consider which suggestions best meet everyone's needs. Innovative Play Structures Research Project August, 2001 Page 91
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3. Playground Design Matrix Developing a Detailed Design Concept 3.1 This section of the Matrix is designed to help community groups transform all the goals and ideas generated through the Objectives Matrix into physical form. It is composed of various steps that should be undertaken in the process of transforming preliminary ideas and goals into detailed and connected spaces designed for a variety of complex play activities. 3.2 This section of the Matrix does not have to be followed in order. In fact, community groups will find that they move back and forth between each section until a satisfactory design solution is reached. Innovative Play Structures Research Project August, 2001 Page 92
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Playground Development Matrix 3. Playground Design Matrix (Developing a Detailed Design Layout Plan) WHAT HOW WHAT Item to Consider Means of Developing The Idea Resulting Product Develop Detailed • The design stage is difficult to accomplish with a Design Component large group. At this time the community should seek Design Development Requirements to form a core design development committee Committee for Each Zone composed of volunteers with administration, design and construction experience. This committee must be dedicated to the responsibilities of bringing a detailed design to the community for review. e.g., Creek Zone streambed • Taking the preferred bubble diagram option water flow / waterfall developed in The Playground Objectives Matrix, break catchment area down each zone of the bubble diagram into the types of plants environmental and play components required to create Design Component types of animals that play space. Use the playground examples, existing Chart stepping stones / bridges conditions, cultural factors and user needs charts for Each Zone sitting areas the community has developed. Give each zone a theme. safety / exploring areas paths / lights • While developing the list of components research the Complete With Detailed windmill / watermill basic layout size, configuration and number of each Product Information winter skating etc component that will be part of the corresponding zone.
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