Sensory Garden

Design of the Bel Abri Joël Mordelet garden: 2016

Realization: 2018 – 2019

Area: 900m2

Under the leadership of the Jardin Art et Soin association and the deputy director of the MAS Ms. Kerloc'h, the sensory garden was designed in close collaboration with the nursing staff. Accessible to residents with autism spectrum disorder, the Bel Abri garden is designed as a sensory toolbox, with different landscaped and sensory spaces, which allows the development of perceptual abilities and cognitive learning through the outdoor activities carried out. with the healthcare team.

Design of the MAS park: 2017

Completion: 2019 – 2020

Area 2,000m2

Clare Oberon then intervened on the layout of the landscaped park which surrounds the sensory garden. Like a promenade, this space of more than 2,000m2 allows residents and their families to stroll in a cocoon of greenery thanks to a carefully selected plant palette adapted to the sea winds of Paimpol Bay.

Paimpol, Côtes d’Armor, Brittany

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