VA PUGET SOUND FISHER HOUSE HEALING GARDEN

Seattle, WA - WASLA Student Merit Award

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    Orange Fish
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    Sea Turtle
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    Red Coral
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    Coral Reef
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    Coral Reef

While a student in the University of Washington’s Landscape Architecture department, Moghan helped design and build the VA Puget Sound Fisher House Healing Garden in a ten week period. Previously an empty expanse of lawn, the site was transformed into a healing garden for residents and guests of the Fisher House.

The healing garden connects contemplative seating areas, custom gazebos and sculptures with a functioning rain garden and rainwater collection system. Moghan was responsible for the design and construction of the “Waves” sculpture. His intent was to convey movement of light, wind and water, including the shimmering reflections of light on the copper surface.