The landscape design of the Calmart plaza and interior streets serves to define spaces for people to use in a variety of passive and active functions. Large raised planters are designed using biomorphic shapes to help delineate spaces by carving out more intimate coves and introducing integrated bench seating along their perimeters. Larger swaths of hardscape are intended to serve as flexible use spaces that can host fashion show events or pop-up markets. The shrubs and ground covers create an undulating field of green with moments of structural plantings and pops of color, while the larger site trees bring a verticality to the landscape that counter the scale of the adjacent buildings. Drawing the visitor’s eye to the feature stair, the landscape continues through the interior street by rhythmically pulling the language of the plaza through the corridor with planters and integrated seating. This also helps to better define the ground level tenant’s outdoor spill out seating spaces. Overall, the landscape is intended to introduce a green oasis in the Fashion District that brings a human scale to the site.