The Labyrinth Project is a hardscape plaza design based on cultural interpretations of garden spaces, mathematics, and morphometric growth patterns found in nature. This large-scale, outdoor work incorporates a series of repetitive arrangements and geometric configurations that span an area of almost 7000 square feet. The unicursal pathway of the labyrinth, which measures 1919 linear feet leads the viewer from the outskirts of the design back towards the center repeatedly before they eventually reach the center of the work. This provides a time-based experience and fluctuating perspectives on the complex patterns of the work, which rhythmically telescope, expand, and contract.