raindrop garden
winter 2016

co-ordinated by Terri Meyer Boake

The Raindrop Garden was created to bring life to an inconveniently placed courtyard in a revitalized factory in Cambridge, Ontario. The series of pods consist of an envelope, a skeleton, and a platform to allow for multiple uses and occupations. People can access them by a suspended pathway and enter them to socialize, study, and sleep.

Each pod is created from a steel frame, a bolted on mesh, and a plexiglass dome and platform inside to allow for occupation and shelter from the elements.

This light, modular design allows for multiple units to be easilly constructed and placed around the space. The interiors can support a variety of occupations.

in collaboration with Shiuli Mukherjee