The new Native Child and Family Services of Toronto (NCFST) consolidates social and culture-based services for aboriginal children and families within a square foot office building in the heart of downtown Toronto.
It is a unique prefabricated garden shed that combines a green house with storage space and comes in ready made elements that can be assembled by simply using a screwdriver. The Garden Shed is made from Finnish pine and safety glass and equipped.
Dymaxion Sleep (curled up) is a structure of nets suspended above a field of aromatic plants. Designed by Jane Hutton & Adrian Blackwell, Dymaxion Sleep (curled up) was exhibited in Metis Garden Festival between