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Asset goes for GOLD at the Royal Horticultural Society Tatton Park show

Posted: Friday 11th January 2013

Asset goes for GOLD at the Royal Horticultural Society Tatton Park show

This summer Asset International Ltd was thrilled to contribute a number of large diameter Weholite pipes for a garden design at The Royal Horticultural Society Tatton Park show.

Sheena Seeks was the designer behind the garden, which was called ‘Untie the Wind’.

“The concept of the garden was based around music and the way sound becomes music”, said Sheena, “the large pipe represented a wind instrument and the undulating grass banks sound waves. The smaller pipes represented different kind of sound waves.

“The materials used in the garden, bamboo, steel and plastic are all used in making wind instruments.”

Untie the Wind won a gold medal and an award for best visionary garden.

Speaking about Asset’s involvement with the event, managing director Simon Thomas commented: “Flower shows aren’t normally the type of place our pipes usually end up, but we were extremely happy to help Sheena with her spectacular designs and delighted to play a small part in winning the awards.”

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