Manufacturing resonant representational models becomes a question of how to achieve a significant reduction in complexity, making intervention a possibility, while maintaining a correlation between effects generated within the model to those within the environment being represented. Analogical/logical hybridization expands the agency of representational methodologies, by expanding the ways in which resonance can be achieved. Landscapes are open systems, always in a state of perpetual information exchange with surrounding conditions. This exchange activates and sustains the material processes that continually form, inform, and transform landscapes. The capacity to understand material processes, many of which are beyond the ability to perceive in whole or even in part, underlies an ability to influence future material effects. Landscape design is a creative, projective practice that derives agency through an ability to generate descriptions and instructions for producing future environments.