Art organisation Metal asked me to design a multi use outdoor space to take over an existing car park . A space for workshops, Performing , eating , relaxing, growing food , while still being able to park a couple cars too. Using predominantly recycled materials. Before we installed it at Metal we showcased it at RHS Hampton court flower show where it won Gold and best summer garden .
One of the most popular features of the garden was a decorative back drop of oil drums some with designs cut out , Some as insect hotels , some planted up with ivy
The pavillion had a partial living roof, decorative panel skylight, A place to hold meetings , shelter , gather to eat and entertain.
A close up of the planting
Quirky water feature
Planting , central stage recycled industrial materials