How Hazel Wolf Architecture Deals with Rainwater
Welcome to our blog people of this world! We are Sabrina Myers and Katryn Weller we are students of Hazel Wolf K-8 and we are hear to tell you more about the architecture of our school. During our project we have asked questions about the school and we have answers about our questions. Our questions were answered by the lead architect Brian Love he sent us a slide show with lots of diagrams and captions all about the rain gardens and the living plant wall. One diagram shows how the living get watered. In our Courtyard we have this ramp that is made of (Blank) and is (Pervious or Impervious). We have many rain gardens. At the top of the ramp there are rain gardens that have plants that don't need as much water. So then the water soaks through the soil and goes through pipes the lead down to the bottom of the ramp which then waters the rain gardens down there. In those rain gardens the plants need more water and so the water the other plants didn’t use these plants will. Here we have the slides that have information on about the living plant wall and rain gardens and other architecture.
We are a Kindergarten to 8th grade public school in Seattle, Washington.