1- Select: Select any city square, study its buildings and features in google street view or google images or any other available online media. 2- Analyze: With drawings, images, and text, describe in detail the urban context of the square. Where do people stop and how do people travel through? Catalogue and describe the anchoring buildings and features on the square. Find other anchoring buildings or features in the urban fabric that relate to the square through references of axis or route or proximity and describe the relationship. 3- Create: Make an image or series of images that describe an aspect of the square. Make the image(s) describe architectural or urban design details or concepts. It can be a hand drawn artistic detail like that of a statue or façade. It can be a plans, sections, or other diagrams of the square itself. It can be arrows and lines drawn over a series of maps to show a broader context, as in the slides of Lecture 4. 4- Detail: Write reinforcing and expanding on the ideas that your image or images convey. Whether discussing a small haptic or large urban scale, be sure to relate to architectural and urban design concepts or histories in your discussion to demonstrate your understanding of the course learning outcomes. 5- Hand in: Submit the assignment to the relevant assignment page on the Blackboard. Include a bibliography for images and sources.