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Earlier this year we were approached by Cityscapes to provide some planters for the first ever RHS Urban Garden Show. Having worked with Adolfo Harrison on a few occasions he was keen to explore the bespoke options we were able to provide and after much discussion the ‘Marlborough Planter’ was born.
This is a modular feature made up of 9 separate planters, a clever mix of a centre square with 8 triangular planters creates an interesting feature that can easily be pulled apart to fit different types of areas. Casters were added to every planter making it extremely easy to adapt the design even when full of soil.
We made these for the event in both corten steel and powder coated aluminium and also supplied a variety of standard sized corten plus a few water bowls. We knew these were going to be used as an installation visitors could see when enterting the Lindley Hall and Cityscapes kindly invited us to see the planters in situ.
Katie and Tom arrived for the preview evening on Friday and were met with a large que at the door, it was immediately obvious this was going to be a very successful event! Inside the venue we found that Cityscapes had turned our products into an urban jungle! The path leading into the event had planters and water bowls mixed in with lush greenery and warming lighting.
We were proud to see lots of people admiring the installation and hopefully realising how easy it would be to fit a small peice of it into their own outdoor space however small.
The rest of the show was fantastic too- so much to see and a great atmosphere! We returned on the Saturday too and were pleased to find it to be bussling once more!
We were very proud to be involved in this event and thank Cityscapes for doing such a fantastic job!
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