In Figure 2 is the waterfall and stream component of the water feature.
The stream eventually leads to the expansive goldfish pond. Viewpoint is caught from a pedestrian bridge leading over the stream. The photos above and below give an impression of an "outdoor room," as defined in Ewing and Bartholomew's "Pedestrian & Transit-Oriented Design" (2013) as any open land containing buildings and/or trees as walls and the sky providing the "ceiling."
The bottom two pictures illustrate the adjacent Chester Valley Trail. The top picture is looking toward the west, and one of the buildings at the corporate center is visible in the background. In the eastbound-looking image at the bottom, you can see construction equipment off in the distance. Also visible is a walker enjoying a stroll along the trail. Notice how the fencing in the median helps to enhance pedestrian safety at this street-level pedestrian crossing.
This trail currently ends at the Wegman's shopping center in Malvern, which is supposed to be part of a larger TND development containing office and residential use in addition to the existing retail establishments. Adjacent to this development is the corporate campus of Vanguard Group, through which this trail passes (or will pass once the entire Upland at Worthington development is completed).