RHS Chatsworth garden inspired by Bauhaus

Bristol based Agriframes are sponsoring a show garden at the new RHS Chatsworth Flower Show – 7th to 11th June 2017 – with a garden inspired by the clean simple lines used by the Bauhaus movement.The garden’s modernist influence is inspired by the way in which Marcel Breuer of the Bauhaus school embraced the development of tubular steel, combining it with art and function to create innovative furniture.

Designed by RHS Gold Medal winners, Fleur Porter and Melinda Thomas of Sanctum Garden Design, ‘The Agriframe Garden’ will demonstrate a space full of surprises and references to innovative creativity of the past.

Agriframes have created two dramatic bespoke structures to complement the theme, demonstrating their capabilities to work with any brief to make great design accessible and affordable.

Fleur Porter of Sanctum Garden Design says they are delighted to be working with Agriframes on their show garden for the first RHS Chatsworth Flower Show: “It’s a big challenge but their enthusiasm and support has made the process really exciting,” says Fleur. “They have embraced the concept and are using their expertise in garden structures to help create something really innovative and striking for the garden.”

Andrew Downey, MD Agriframes said the company were thrilled to be part of this new prestigious event showing the very best in an evolving and exciting indstury: “Agriframes prides itself in being at the forefront of popular garden design and Fleur and Melinda have created a garden which helps to show us at our very best,” he said.

Fleur and Melinda are based in South Wales. They won Gold and Best Show Garden at the RHS Flower Show Cardiff in 2016.