On either side of bridge, the outdoor dining areas laid out along the length of the compound wall can be accessed. This entire area has been divided in nine parts or levels, and laid out in a procession, each part progressively elevated around 9” higher than the previous one, reflecting the slope of the roof. Each level of this garden seating area is covered by a lawn and protected overhead by individual frosted glass canopies framed by and supported on M.S. sections, sloping in alternate directions to create an interesting roofscape. The inner surface of the compound wall, well utilised to showcase Warli objects like inside glass cases with information leaflets, creates a museum as the backdrop at all levels of the outdoor seating.