In the proposed plan the campus is defined by two distinctive halves: the western parcel is dedicated to nature, play, and exploration, and the eastern parcel is devoted to a welcoming, formal entry and campus center.
This design strengthens the heart of the campus by creating a central focal point using pathways and plant materials to unify the space between buildings. Parking is redistributed to improve and clarify the entry experience. A sense of openness is created in the heart of the campus, improving the awkward space between the buildings and providing engaging landscape features for students.
See the final document below for the the Willie Ross School For the Deaf Campus Master Plan.