Children's Wall
This cooperative project done together with first and second grade kibbutz children functions as wall, bench and climbing equipment and contains peek-a-boo holes that let through light and allows children to play hide and seek.

Materials used: The infrastructure is made from old tires and other garbage which relates the structure to recycling and the exterior is made of locally found mud that is rich with clay reinforced with straw. It is decorated with house paint which also helps to repel the occasional rain that we receive here.

Thanks also go to Chen, students of the Arava Institute, and various members and visitors on the kibbutz who all lent a hand in the mud building process.