The Peach Pit
In line with their mission to promote culture and sustainability in their community, Friends of Kelley Cofer Park sought to construct a new cultural pavilion. The structure would be a new venue for spoken word, lectures, and music. The design of the stage is part of a larger effort to revitalize the "Peach Pit." Originally the site of the site Tucker Women's Club that burned down, the plans call to revitalize the landscape with permaculture, as well as an amphitheater for the stage. There is no public source for water, so rainwater capture is an intergral part of the design, the pavilion being the largest source of rainwater in the Peach Pit.
Services: architectural design, project management, community engagement