The Asheville Riverfront Open Space Design Guidelines was funded through the NC Arts Council and the National Endowment of the Arts. It was created during a series of charettes in 1990 and is part of the zoning code for the City of Asheville. The Design Guidelines create a vision for long-term aesthetic development of open space in the riparian corridor. These guidelines have guided development of all the parks and greenways built along the river corridor since 1990. Design Guidelines are given for signage, landscaping, art in the public space, trails, fishing piers, structures and logos. In essence, Design Guidelines advocates celebrating what is unique about WNC in every aspect of open space development.
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The Asheville Riverfront Open Space Design Guidelines was funded through the NC Arts Council and the National Endowment of the Arts. It was [...]