We were interested in exploring how sets of aggregated modules could be deployed on the given site in a linear logic and produce a clear figure of a line, yet at the same time how those same modules could set up more complex and dynamic relationships between the surrounding landscape and the structure’s interior. The figures of the landscape overlap with the figure of the building and, as seen in the ground level plan, the figure of the line dematerializes and ‘erases’ itself through the landscape cuts. This creates visual and physical porosity, allowing the interior playrooms branch out into the landscape system which keeps over 90% of the existing trees intact. A forest with diverse plants growing within the wedges, the site is an assemblage of soft and hard scapes which mix the natural and artificial surfaces together. Such juxtapositions encourage children to interact with the different environments throughout the day – via direct observation, movement, and touch – and in doing so cultivate their natural sense of wonder and curiosity about the world around them.