Landscapes seen in daily life not only consist of physical objects, but are also composed by a viewer’s perspective and mind. If the relationship between the physical environment and perception or cognition is changed, the landscape will also change shape, even though it is the same place and retains the same objects. This process of creating perceptual change is named ‘transscaping’ and can be applied across a number of different fields. The chapter examines the logic behind, and practical methods for, the transformation of landscape with several case studies including a workshop and an art installation based on transscape theory.