The Campus Design Principles communicate our commitment to the stewardship of these finite resources and assure that the balance between built and natural form is sensitively developed over time in a way which respects the architectural language and landscape features of campus. To do this effectively, the principles outline the history of the Virginia Tech campus, the intricacies of its architectural detailing, the massing of its buildings and structures, and the special characteristics of landscape features, trees, and plant materials â€“ those elements which are combined to form the physical and spatial characteristics of buildings and places..
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