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The main feature of the Gold and Best Year of Light Garden at this year's RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park, was the Light Catcher structure and water bowl. It is a completely bespoke, one-off structure that has been designed to create instant drama and ambience in its current form in the garden. Please have a look at the images featured on the main website to see how it responds to light and rain.

Given the structure's originality, its longterm appearance is subject to change through the natural elements of our weather; the steel will eventually rust and the hue of the cladding will one day fade. I have always expected this structure to enter a second life once it reaches its weathered appearance, becoming a structure that changes purpose as it matures along with the garden that it sits within. A framework to support a range of flora, a focus for a collection of scented rambling roses or an intriguing new way of training fruit. The possibilites will be the adventure for its new owner.

The design of the structure also allows for modifications, most notably for the incorporation of a floating curved bench to make the most of being able to appreciate the protected, cocoon-like space and reflective water bowl.

Price is available on request, please contact for more details.