Choosing large granite pieces for one of our large public roof garden spaces which is currently in construction.
Designed as a place to be amongst the beautiful Northern Kenya savannah, this project comprises of a simple intervention, a circular lawn with a stone edging placed in the heart of the protected and unique Sub-Saharan grasslands.
It provides a still area from which to observe the complex and delicate Savannah Grassland Ecosystem of the protected UNESCO Heritage Site, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
It plays an important role in education, allowing visitors to examine the various grass species and herbs which sustain the vast fauna on the Savannah at close range.
This seat and wild lily garden was built as a memorial for Delia Craig. An impressive lady who lived her whole life in the Kenyan bush. She loved the Kenyan wildlife and landscape and so a simple memorial was designed and built in her honour, using materials and plants found on a site chosen by Chloe & Michael. A Dry stone wall seat nestles in amongst an existing rock kopje, and the indigenous lily Drimia Altissima is planted en-mass for a very short and seasonable display, twice a year with the on-set of the rains.