Like any museum, the surrounding natural setting and location always need to be harmonious for an optimum experience. Gardens are pruned for months and exciting geographical features like waterfalls prove themselves time again to be alluring for every demographic. But the common belief that the further away one goes from hubs of civilisation, into unkempt wild and rural domains, the further away one gets form any remnants of human activity, does not always hold up. The Zone is in many respects a ‘safari’, through an ecosystem with a few standalone big game; sculpture and refuge amidst morphing boondocks living symbiotically beside flora and fauna. Structural entities that were brought there only to not be deemed worthy of a return journey, hiding away in all sorts of terrain and climates, will strike a passer-by as at peace with their situation, or even too blended with it to be noticed at all.