Client: Explorers Garden, Pitlochry

Client Brief & Solution:

In 2000 land directly behind the Pitlochry festival theatre was used to create what was to be the Plant Explorers Gardens. Seperate areas were created to celebrate various plant collectors the last and beginning of this century. They range from the Americas to Asia.

Paul was commissioned to design and build a Pagoda for the area where the species from Area had been collected by George Forrest.

Paul used an oriental style creating roof panels hung from four main Oak roof truss beams. The design is an engineered feat allowing the show of the Scottish Oak. The Elm seating weaves from Oak post to post and a display of fauna is hung in resin panels and weights.