‘Stream Valley Walk’ is a landscape renovation project. The solution of creating a walk with an interesting atmosphere without adding too much weight has started with the idea from a walk in nature. The goal for the project is to create a stream of water that flows continuously. Each water inlet on both sides is raised to create a gravity flow that would allow the water to move more naturally through the stream. These raised platforms provide many possibilities for water texture to be created. It allows active water play activities to happen in these areas. Parabolic Fountain and field of stepping stone are added to create an interest for the area. In contrast with an active water stream, the central water feature is designed with one directional flow with much slower flow compared to the others. This area becomes a living space with hanging seats where people could sit and relax on the water. The various landscape atmospheres with different programs are created seamlessly with the different technical water design solutions. Landscape design employs the meandering topographic profile planters to accommodate the existing tree pits. These planters become fields of islands that define spaces in between. Silver Oak trees provide a light shade. They help to diminish the large scale of building massing and make the landscape more human scale. The height of landscape mounds have been designed for creating coziness and yet let air to flow to them. Landscape mounds become more readable as groundcovers reveal the essential forms of the green islands and the field of dunes. These groundcovers design enhances topographic profile of the mounds, preserves more moisture, and creates the freshness feel from different colors of flower and different textures of leaf forms for people who are sitting close to them.