This video show how the dealing with sounds in urban landscape is important. This video is composed with waterfront parks and urban water public spaces that have the juxtaposition of two different sounds in same place. Water is one of the vital elements in landscape design and it creates places for various recreations and activities. We can create energetic public water spaces by utilizing with calm and natural sounds, while some urban noisy sounds like helicopter flying, horn of ferry boats and siren of cap can disturb the expected effect of landscape design. This video shows the contrast between tranquil sound of landscape and repulsive sound of city. Especially, the sounds and scene of the polluted running water with shining reflected sun represents the ironic character of water. The polluted water looks like abstract paintings and beautiful in a way, but the quality of water is actually toxic and hazardous to nature. It means that urban landscapes design should consider not only the physical elements of public space but also the dealing with sounds Because, the new waterfront landscape still seems to be polluted by cruise, helicopters and visitors. One of good example of dealing with sound is the noise insulation hill in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The mound can not only provide green space but also protect traffic noise from highway. We should think about creating public and community landscapes and filtration of sound simultaneously.