2011 – A Stitch in Time Saves Nine

Young Designer 2020
Depicting an urban orchard and foraging garden, ‘A Stitch in Time Saves Nine’ addressed the concerns facing urban environments. The garden focused on plants that benefit wildlife and / or can be foraged by people. It sought to rethink these areas by introducing green spaces with a benefit to wildlife and humans. Illustrating an inner city wildlife corridor the garden was intended to engage people more intimately with their surroundings.

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