Artist Richard Shilo designed an avenue of cast bronze sculptures inspired by the residents of the tower who are the characters in Leah Goldberg’s classic A Flat to Let. The figures are humorous personifications of the characters in the story, whose theme is tolerance and fraternity among very different creatures.
Landscape architect Bruce Levin was asked by the artist to create a hill that reflects an ecosystem of habitats of different species. The architect also chose to place dense greenery around the sculptures to create the effect of a natural ecosystem. The sculptures are located in the Story Garden Compound on Motta Gur Street.