RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2013: David Harber sculpture garden

CONCEPT – The brief was to design a garden to showcase twelve sculptures from the collection. The garden was designed to allow easy access on and off the garden, giving a good route of flow for visitors. The largest sculpture was positioned to give maximum impact from Main Avenue, and allow space for it to be rotated to show the different materials on each side. A pavilion was designed using similar materials to tie in with those used for the sculptures and to provide shelter from bad weather. The boundary walls provided an effective backdrop, with large trees to detract from the huge pavilion behind.

The garden was designed by Ridley Dunstall Naybour. 

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