Schoolyard Habitat Workshops

Source: The Field Schoolyard Habitat Workshops

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Justice Seeking Design

Source: Justice Seeking Design

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Oasis of Resilience

Source: Oasis of Resilience

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Help PPS Identify the Worlds Most Endangered Markets


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Moons of Naoshima

A great collaboration between artist and children from the Naoshima community.

Location: Benesse Art Site Naoshima, Kagawa Prefecture, Japan

Moons of Naoshima Flyer

Moons of Naoshima Flyer

Moons of Naoshima Flyer

Moons of Naoshima Flyer

Moons of Naoshima

Moons of Naoshima with Yayoi Kusama Red Pumpkin in the background

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Saihoji ~ Kokedera

Saihoji, the world’s foremost moss garden.

Originally a fourteenth century rock garden,  Saihoji gradually evolved into a four and a half acre garden blanketed with a depth of moss.

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Kohoku Kindergarten Bio-tope garden and Outdoor play structure

Kohoku Kindergarten Biotope garden
Address: Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
Kohoku Biotope (2009)

Kohoku Biotope (2009)


Willow tunnel and hut


Torii and shrine


Wildlife pond


Rice field


PONY! The kindergarten PONY!




Cabin built by the fathers’ association.
One of the most popular spots on the grounds is the crawl space underneath the structure.

Outdoor play structure (2012)


Wooden play structure, climbing wall, net, rope, steps slide, sliding bar, swing

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