Blue Iguana

Cayman ISlands

The Blue Iguana project for the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park stands out as a significant point in my work history.

The concept design aimed to address a critical issue: securing the park's perimeter against cats, the primary threat to the Blue Iguana population, an endemic species in the Cayman Islands.

The design of the fence was crucial as it needed to prevent cats from entering the park and consuming the iguanas' eggs, thus protecting the Blue Iguanas from this threat.

To achieve this, climbing or digging became impossible thanks to a practical design: a welded mesh structure installed over a strip foundation with an overhang.