The table at the end of the last chapter combines

experiential and spatial dimensions to provide

the fundamental basis from which the experien-

tial landscape concept can begin to be explored

in the field. We begin this chapter by looking

more closely at the components, centre, direc-

tion, transition and area, as an emergent

vocabulary potentially capable of describing the

characteristics of experiential landscapes, high-

lighting their particular characteristics and more

importantly how they work together as a whole.