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Written by in Tensile Fabric Architecture

Having worked with Chetwoods Associates over the years, Architen Landrell was thrilled to be asked by the leading architects to be involved in designing, manufacturing and installing a fabric and steel wind vane style structure to form the centre piece of the garden.

The Most Creative Award was awarded to Laurie Chetwood and Patrick Collins for their creation. Entitled, The Perfume Garden, the landscape was themed as a self contained perfumery which reproduced the perfume worn by Queen Elizabeth I. The tensile fabric weather collects the rainwater with which the perfume itself is made.

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For over 30 years, Architen has been at the forefront of the tensile fabric industry.


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