As part of the ongoing Campus Framework community engagement effort, members of the Syracuse University campus community are invited to help select furnishing options for the Einhorn Family Walk. Four options were presented during the Friday, Oct. 14, engagement session (view the presentation here) by representatives from Sasaki Associates, the Campus Framework’s design partner. Each of the options presented distinctly different ideas of what a fully furnished space could look and feel like. All options include choices for benches and seating, fixed furniture, planters and detectable warning pavers. Detectable warning pavers are manufactured with a raised textured surface, known as truncated domes, and are used to alert people with vision impairments of their approach to changing terrain. Furnishing options can be viewed and voted on online by clicking here. Read the full article at SU News.