The ultimate garden hideaway
Sign and point of sale specialists Floreeda Fabrications was recently invited by Manchester School of Art to create an invisible exhibit for the RHS Tatton Flower Show. Handpicked by BBC presenter Joe Swift, and featuring heavily on BBC2, the invisible shed scooped the top prize in the ‘Shed of the Year’ competition held at the show.
The original design was conceived by Manchester School of Art Outreach Manager, Clare Knox Bentham, and uses Plaskolite acrylic mirror to reflects its surrounding environment.
Clare said: “It’s certainly not the sort of thing you would expect to see in the middle of a garden show, but the fact that it’s invisible makes it the perfect secret place to escape from the world.”
Paul Jones, Director of Floreeda added: “We were delighted to win and really enjoy producing work for Manchester Metropolitan University’s School of Art and its students, who regularly ask us to create the weird and wonderful and this project was no exception!”
Floreeda Fabrications specialise in bespoke acrylic fabrication and retail projects.
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