MyWeku Gardens: Designing Signage

  There are probably very few countries with as many advertisement signs as Ghana. They are everywhere. Part of me thinks that’s because it is simply what works and gets your product or service out there in the consciousness of potential buyers. Beyond that I also believe that for a

MyWeku Gardens: The Logo redesign

In 2009 the original MyWeku logo was designed. The logo which featured the African continent depicted our area of interest. The logo was designed to be used mainly on our online blog. Fast forward to 2016 and the vision to promote African culture through writing has now metamorphosed into a


MyWeku Gardens: Turning the grounds into a rustic piece of hardscaping art

Landscaping was the genesis of this project. It made sense to get that started so come project completion time the plantings would look as luxurious and established as they are meant to be. The initial landscaping, however, revolved around softscape – plantings in the various beds. Hardscape, however, is as essential

MyWeku Gardens: The New Kitchen Structure

The building had been built a few years ago as an office (in the loft) and a space for a flower shop/business. This “lucky” building had now become pivotal to MyWeku Gardens restaurant. In the original plan it was meant to have been pulled down but had now received a

MyWeku Gardens: Making the signage

It has been a few months since the signage was designed. The next obvious step is to now procure the services of a signage maker to make it all a reality. A few days were spent scouring the internet for signage makers, a task that was as productive as it was

Building the MyWeku Gardens wood fired Brick Oven

Call it what you may (brick, clay or masonry oven), nothing screams earthy and natural as a wood fired oven does. The hunt to find a skilled artisan to build our custom brick oven began in earnest 6 months ago. Several leads to get an expert oven builder led to