This repeating five-step sequence allows a community to build a pedestrian network over time, applying the same rules repeatedly to the position of new paths and little sections of paths. As a result of this repetition, the individual paths will come to work as a whole network adapted to the neighborhood, with its own appropriate and unique character, according to the position of houses and roads and trees in the existing neighborhood.

Over and over individual paths are built wherever it is feasible to put them, even in very small segments.

Using the tools available on this site, anyone can make a beautiful pedestrian space

You can do this

A slideshow is loading.