The central garden is the starting and endpoint of the circularity concept. Its purpose is to showcase edible and non-edible plants that produce food and raw materials, creating the critical by-product waste. The centric tubular trellis is a natural reception designed to provide a place for tranquillity when first arriving at the centre. Sheltered corridors neatly intersect, leading to further points of discovery. This open green space contains a mix of indigenous and climate-appropriate flora and fauna to be viewed from ground level and elevated pathways, offering a controlled flow through the area with different focus/learning points en route culminating at a suspended viewpoint across the vista.