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The intent is to develop a domestic space that serves to redefine the relationship between park ranger and visitor. It is a departure from the ubiquitous ranger station, where kiosks and placards only separate ranger and visitor from each other, and also disengage one another from context of the site. Via this study, the domestic form persuades circulation, where moments of anticipation and reflection serve as a catalyst to strengthen the bond between self, other and context of the site.