Loop makes its mark in the RHS Resilient Garden
We were thrilled to display Loop at the RHS Resilient Garden this July at the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival.
Designed as a physical manifestation of the virtual garden detailed in Tom Massey’s book of the same title, the Resilient Garden is a response to the growing need for our outdoor spaces to cope with the changing climate and extreme weather.
Created and curated by a team of skilled horticulturists, landscape architects, and environmental experts, the Resilient Garden serves as a model for creating landscapes that can withstand the challenges posed by climate change.
Intentional spaces were created as part of the exhibition, with one being Boano Prišmontas’s timber-clad garden room. Built from sustainably sourced timber, it effortlessly blends with its surroundings, creating a harmonious connection between the surrounding nature and a modern living space.
Tala was invited to display our most recent product series, Loop, designed in collaboration with John Tree, to create a balanced, sensorial light scheme. Made from a single extrusion of aluminium and a prime example of efficient material use in product design, Loop was a suitable addition for this room, as it straddles the theme of intelligent and responsible manufacturing.
To learn more about Loop, head over to the range page here.