A global exchange of culture at Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition saw the British Embassy revealing its horticultural heritage in a garden and pavilion layout occupying 2,000 sqm towards ‘‘innovating for a greener future’. The project included a five-month programme of activities developed with the British Council and Visit Britain to inspire environmental management and build a China-England trade relationship.
Exploring the British transformation of its known gardenscape into the 21st century, we work with M-Integrated Solutions (M-IS), the main design house, to complete technical execution in drawings and structural systems in tents and supply units. Considering environmental conditions, we reinforced structural security to maintain the quintessential British outdoor garden. The green innovation and garden design also includes a photography exhibition for the prestigious lineage of garden landscapes over time.
Our first inception into outdoor horticultural construction, we collaborated with engineers and suppliers within their fields for professional completion, supporting M-IS’s architectural design with a maintenance team specially assigned on standby through the Pavilion’s daily operation smoothly. In 5 months, the exposition welcomed over 1 million visitors attracted to the Union Jack flag green wall, a top limelight at the exposition.
spatial design and build