Exhibition based on creation of ‘The Garden Office’ demonstrating various uses of external spaces to encourage people at home to take their working environment outdoors.
People in Scotland are moving more to a more outdoor society with good quality external communal or garden spaces. These are often multi-functional and beautiful suitable for social, recreational and working environments.
Glasgow based Landscape Architect, Anca Panait won the Silver Medal at the RHS 2017 Young Designer of the Year Competition at the annual Royal Horticultural Society Show at Tatton Park. Her Garden Office was constructed and judged in July 2017.
This exhibition aims to demonstrate to the public through the design and construction process the variety of ways external spaces can be used and to encourage people at home to take their working environment outdoors.
Saturday 12.30pm – 7.00pm (Doors Open Day)
Sunday 12.00noon – 6.00pm
The mission of the Landscape Institute is to promote the landscape profession for the benefit of society and the natural and built environment. The Landscape Institute does this by playing an important role in helping to protect and enhance the environment and helping to create thriving communities through the design and management of inspirational places.
No other professional body brings together environmental analysis, spatial planning, site management and design. This unique mix enables members of the Landscape Institute to offer design, planning and management solutions for urban and rural areas which are environmentally-led, scientifically-based and enhance the quality of human life.