Chapter 8, Relational scales, explores the fundamental aspect of scale in landscape interpretation and design, tracing a shift from the use of strict hierarchical orders to an enlivened sense and dynamic use of scaler tactics. This chapter identifies the concepts of nesting, scoping, layering, enacting, anchoring, and selecting as operative terms that engage the relationships between site, context, and extended systems, illustrated through the examples of Yanweizhou Park in Jinhua, Freshkills Park in New York, Oyster-tecture in New York, and Anchoring Terrain in Philadelphia. These concepts and illustrative examples highlight that rather than being abstract and predetermined, the use of scale can be selective and relational, requiring an advanced appreciation of scalar tactics to engage the multidimensional and interactive qualities of a landscape.