Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Garden offices and studios at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2020

The RHS has just announced what kind of shedbased action will be on view at the Chelsea Flower Show next year which is focusing on the environment, sustainability, and the climate emergency, but not it has to be said on garden offices which at this stage are sadly lacking. That said, here's our rundown of what is on offer in the show gardens (of course there will be plenty of shed action in the other stands and we'll do a rundown on those nearer the time).

Above is the Zen Garden (designed by Kazuyuki Ishihara and sponsored by Glion) with a garden house built in collaboration with Japanese architect Kengo Kuma who designed the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Stadium. Below is Bicester Village Shopping's garden (designed by Nikki Tibbles and built by The Outdoor Room). It has a rather attractive wooden pergola made from reclaimed sea groyne.

The Finnish Soul Garden, pictured below, (designed by Taina Suonio built by Conquest Creative Spaces and sponsored by no less than the  Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry of Finland) features a sauna with a cool-off.

Here is Miaofu's Garden which will put a tearoom centre stage (designed by Miaofu Designing and Research Institute, built by G K Wilson Landscape Services and Miaofu Ecological Construction Co Ltd, sponsored by MiaoFu Holdings Co Ltd).

And finally,  Trailfinders’ 50th Anniversary Garden with a timber shelter inspired by Nepalese architecture (designed by Jonathan Snow , built by Stewart Landscape Construction).
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