A vibrant and abundant garden as a central space for contemplation, curiosity, discovery, expression and connection.
Article published in the 1st issue of the WHOMP, Nov 2015
"The overall plan includes a food forest with roaming chickens, 60 m2 of garden beds, an outdoor kitchen or 'kids-run café", a central gathering/eating area with woodfire oven, bbq and fire pit, a native forest, an outdoor reading space and a discovery shed for senior students"...
Whomp article continued...
Kokako garden - Plan overview
"Nature knows" by Leah Pearlman, author and illustrator of Dharma Comics.