This gold medal-winning show garden was designed in conjunction with award winning garden designers LDC at the world-renowned Chelsea Flower show and was titled “The MindsEye”, for the Royal National Institute of the Blind.
The focal point we created was a giant infinity tunnel artwork, which was situated inside a glass cube with water running from the shallow pool on the roof to overflow down each face.
The purpose of this lighting trick was to introduce a small amount of fear into people so they may feel a small amount of anxiety as if they were in the position of someone with sight difficulties and what they must feel like on a regular basis.
The centerpiece lighting artwork needed to work even against the British summer sunlight during the day. So it required nearly 200 x 10-watt hyper bright LED’s to meet the challenge.
It was awarded ‘Best Fresh Garden’ by The Royal Horticultural Society.