德克萨斯州沃斯堡的Fort Weather water garden (Terrapinbrightgreen.com, 2014)展示了水作为设计的主要媒介的使用，以及它如何补充人类的启发因素。它被认为是由一个令人愉快的环境设计，将温暖传递给所有的游客。
Environmental Relationship with Human movement, Philosophy, and Spatial composition
Synopsis of data collected
McHarg (1969) had sought to propose a deeper understanding of the connection of man with nature, and considered nature as one of the complementing component of the design stage. Design processes can be more agreeable to nature than opposing and this is where the crux of the designer’s idea lies. Ingold (2000) has been fluent of the variations of designs that come with man’s visualisation and how the overlapping design structure can be more cumbersome for the designer to implement. There are ways of going with the flow of nature and designing construction with the help of nature. Turner and Penn (2002) speak about the different visual model of humans and how it is impossible to justify the demands of each one. This makes the designer more creative and tries to accommodate the concerns of a broader collection of people and also of the environment. Cottenie (2005) has identified that half of the designers had been complementing construction by complementing nature, and the others had been giving in to mass pressures of opposing thoughts.
Synopsis of precedent projects review
Canopy trees and water features of the Vatican City gardens (Terrapinbrightgreen.com, 2014) are one of the examples of how the environmental relationship with human movement, spatial composition and philosophy is displayed. The garden uses simplicity as a weapon of love to show its concern for human movements.
Stepping Stones at the Fort Weather water garden, Fort Worth, Texas (Terrapinbrightgreen.com, 2014) shows the use of water as a principle agent of design and how it complements the enlightening factor of humankind. It has been seen to consist of a pleasant environmental design which spreads warmth to all visitors.