BLOOM 2017


‘Space to Collaborate’ is an urban garden which is located adjacent to the home or work space of a maker.

The garden is a creative sanctuary which is focused on its inhabitants and the interaction that is fostered through collaboration. The built structure represents home  and the authentic connections and personal bonds that we develop.

Seating areas offer a relaxing social space where experiences are shared and ideas explored. Overhead structures represent the fluid nature of the crossover between work life and social connection. 

A corner work space affords an opportunity for concepts to become material objects. This creative process mirrors the life cycle of the garden's plants and trees - the key elements that bring the garden to life. 

Our garden was awarded a Silver Medal for Small Show Garden Design. 

Seamus Furlong & Tricia Harris
plus the Chocolate Factory Collective

Derek Devine - Devine Building Services Ltd

Landscape Gardening:
Eoin Gibbons - The Constant Gardener