Brownwood Park, at the corner of Walnut Hill and Webb Chapel Road, shares a triangular lot with a new elementary school and is bound at the south by Joe's Creek.  The three pavilions are nestled amongst a grove of mesquite trees.  The pavilions each have their own subtle tilting attitude and huddle together in a common decomposed granite circle.  The circular space is defined by the paving material, curved custom concrete and steel picnic tables, and a curving row of native grasses.  Each unit varies in height, width, and pitch.  They are built of painted sheet steel with painted steel columns. 

Brownwood Park, at the corner of Walnut Hill and Webb Chapel Road, shares a triangular lot with a new elementary school and is bound at the south by Joe's Creek.  The three pavilions are nestled amongst a grove of mesquite trees.  The pavilions each have their own subtle tilting attitude and huddle together in a common decomposed granite circle.  The circular space is defined by the paving material, curved custom concrete and steel picnic tables, and a curving row of native grasses.  Each unit varies in height, width, and pitch.  They are built of painted sheet steel with painted steel columns. 

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