Hampton Court is in full bloom this week, host to the RHS Hampton Awards.
The Royal Horticultural Society aims to ‘enrich everyone’s life through plants and make the UK a greener, more beautiful place’, through the development of public gardens, education, community projects and media outreach.
— Hortus Loci (@HortusLoci) July 5, 2018
The show saw six days of curated gardens on display. The event included workshops, iconic designers, and awards.
There was a total of fifteen categories to celebrate the best and most innovative gardens. Two categories went to a public vote.
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On this occasion, winners received freestanding tablets. These traditional tablets featured a design twist, using layering for depth and style.
Wood sits between two layers of high-quality aluminium. We achieve a brushed finish at our in-house polishing facilities. The awards are then engraved with personalised winners’ details. In addition, we engraved the wood for a unique texture, giving the award a tactile feel.
These awards have a rustic, yet sculpted aesthetic, particularly to reflect many of the gardens nominated. Above all, streamlined design takes the lead to emphasise the RHS logo.
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