Picture a corner of a city park developed as an amenity area in the shape of a giant shallow bowl. The bowl is bordered by a low double-wall forming a narrow channel that traces the spiral arch pattern of a snail shell. Clear water runs through the channel and collects at the bottom of the bowl. Here it seeps into shallow drainage holes to be pumped up in fountains close by. ...
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