Tourism Malaysia Garden, Chelsea Flower Show

Tourism Malaysia Garden, Chelsea Flower Show

Client: Tourism Malaysia
Designer: David Cubero & James Wong of Amphibian designs
Type of works: Living wall

The garden is accessed through a series of floating entrance frames that lead from a stilted villa to a sunken seating pavilion, surrounded by a pool studded with drifts of fragrant tropical water lilies. Wrapping around the whole scheme, a recessed brown limestone wall densely planted with curtains of trailing jungle vines provides a dramatic foil to the foreground of floating terraces of tropical plants, punctuated in places by streams of falling water.

A spokesman for ANS said: “This design is inspired by the winding jungle streams and rich traditional architecture of the Malaysian archipelago. The layout captures the sinuous movement of a brown limestone riverbed, carved out by a slowly moving stream, leaving pebbled deposits along the naturally planted terraces”.

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