DAVID RUBIN Land Collective has been commissioned by the City of Westfield, Indiana to design the Junction, a civic space that is the central focus of the City’s development plan. The park includes pavilions made of Indiana limestone which form a complete square when their facades are put together, symbolizing the gridded landscape of Indiana and its agrarian history. The park is at the junction of four main trails, creating a true center of the City. The team worked with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Department of Environmental Management, Hamilton County Drainage Board, and the Army Corps of Engineers to restore the riparian corridor of the Cool Creek, which bisects the site. A cafe with skate share and a fountain is a social anchor to the park, and hosts a skate loop in winter months. The park also includes a landform amphitheater which is capable of hosting the Indiana State Orchestra. Other key areas include a natural play park, a riparian overlook, comfort station, and meadow with productive planting.