This building is a permeable growing space for the community of Homewood. Permeability is achieved in both spatial organization / building edge and programmatic use. The plan is a field of mixed- primary use space, and can be approached from all sides, lending itself to a continuous flow of those who are curious about gardens. The plan removes hierarchy, and creates symbol of equality. The building is extraverted rather than introverted. Planting occurs more on the edge than in the center, and works hand-in-hand with the architecture to create an experience of wonder, turning the garden into lush landscape.