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    National parks' revial after tsunami

    Hi guys. I'm currently helping my professors to design several national parks affected by Tsunami in Thailand. She has suggested me to search for some deatils from national parks in Europe and US. I need some samples of signage, walkway,camp ground,bin and seat/bench. Our concept is to use naural materials.
    Any help,suggestion or link would be appreciated.

    I need to get them done by Wednesday. load of work.
    Universe is not wide enough to be planned.

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    Cyburbian Cardinal's avatar
    Aug 2001
    The Cheese State
    Natural materials are a wonderful idea. They often cost less and last longer, and generally look better. I will go through my photo collection to see if I can find any examples. You might google "context-sensitive design" for some ideas.
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    Cyburbia Administrator Dan's avatar
    Mar 1996
    Upstate New York
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    Whoops! I think you meant to place the post in "Make No Small Plans." I'll move it for you.
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    Cyburbian donk's avatar
    Sep 2001
    skating on thin ice
    You might want to take a look at

    www.imba.com for some design standards and other things to consider.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    Thanks a lot. I really appreciate it.
    Universe is not wide enough to be planned.

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