Yesterdays future

Yesterdays future

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Caption: Yesterdays future. Designed by Adam Milne & Matthew Unwin for the Hampton Court Flower Show in 2003. Yesterdays Future is inspired by 1960's modernism, old sci-fi movies and Bond villain lairs. The design is based around strange organic forms with a clean elegant structure. The ground is boggy and impassable planted with a lush and wild combination of trees and ferns with Gunnera and rushes giving the space an almost alien feel. This is enhanced with the use of carnivorous plants throughout. A raised steel grid platform creates a safe place to relax and leads via polished concrete stepping stones to a 60's retro egg chair and tropical fish tank above which is a dome filled with cacti. A tower hidden among the rich vegetation occasionally casts a spray of bubbles across the garden.

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