Wednesday, July 12, 2017
There are two particularly intriguing garden offices at this year's RHS Tatton Park show which opens next Wednesday. Above is Studio Unwired, designed by Ula Maria and built by Ground Control which is described as a: "contemporary outdoor hot-desk office for an urban setting" which aims to "transport office workers out of crowded and conventional facilities into a serene and earthy environment". Desks are interspersed with gnarled pine trees and there's a pergola with varying degrees of shade and roofing to offer varying working conditions. When it all gets too much, there are some stylised maritime dunes to relax in.
Below is the Business & Pleasure garden. Designed by Jake Curley and built by Evergreen Cheshire Ltd which features a home office under a covered area, a meeting space with a long table to seat up to eight, and finally a relaxing area for discussing ideas. The whole thing is inspired by the Highline in New York as well as the city's rooftop gardens.
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