As our population continues to boom, our cities have to not only accommodate for more, but make spaces more inviting and safe for all to enjoy. By densifying our cities we create higher sustainable living, yet without public gatherings spaces, what identity would we have?
Diagrammatically considering our intent to follow the portage paths of Owahmenah (Saint Anthony Falls) we can understand the significance of the current metropolis surrounding the park.
To bring people together, it's what a city is meant to do. The follies scattered around the space determine uses and spacial quality for the occupants.
A closer interaction of the follies explore their intent, as well as their multiplying use.