The process of mapping will reveal things about your site (your context). Use it wisely. A map filters information. Pick a type of mapping to to convincingly represent what you find. Good mapping should be used to support and justify your design decisions. Types of mapping and examples: Weather/ Nature - sun, wind, water, humidity, soil, Traffic - pedestrian, vehicle Sensory - light, sound, material, emotion Nolli/ Mass - solid and void, building size, Typology/ Use - parks, residential use, demographics Historical - old site use, old buildings, There are multiple ways of representing your findings choose what you can make most convincing. The next pages will give examples.