The landscape design for Serendipity School is designed to provide an enriched campus experience for students, faculty and visitors. Phase 1 of the project uses the natural topography to create new, nature inspired play environment. Students will be able to enjoy a variety of play experiences, from musical and sensory play, to climbing, sliding and swinging play. A new ADA accessible winding path provides access to the entirety of the play space for students of all abilities.
The proposed landscape improvements for phase 2 focus on circulation, storm water treatment, and programming. These improvements include: a new entry stair and ramp; a new retaining wall and raised planters; a raised bioretention planter; new hard scape around the new building; a new ADA accessible pathway; a relocated school garden; and two deck features on the east side of the campus.