Researching the history of the Tachi Yokut Nation inspired our design team to channel the significant symbolism expressive of the San Joaquin Valley native people. The Tachi Yokut are known for their exquisite patterns and designs which were applied to weavings and baskets. These forms and shapes were stylized and integrated into the built landscape. Covering nearly 40 acres, the landscaped campus offers a variety of compelling spaces for all visitors. There are spaces for one to take a break from the indoor activities, to interact with the many water features, and to celebrate the rich symbolism of a great people.
In collaboration with FFKR Architects
Project Type: Landscape Design
Owner: Tachi Yokut Nation
Size: 30 acres