The Sustainable seafood Garden Bloom 2018
“The Sustainable seafood garden”, told the story of the journey from tide to table of the fish and seafood that surround and inhabit this island and the multitude of people and industries that support it. This journey starts in the water and ends on a plate and it is the fabulous bounty it produces that the garden hopes to celebrate. The garden was designed to illustrate how the fishing industry has been modernised and developed by Bord Iascaigh Mhara in an ecological and sustainable way into the industry it is today. The garden encouraged an appreciation of the incredible resources, industries and produce that this island has to offer and reminds us that it is in all of our interest to protect it.
The garden won Gold (Andrew's third in a row), and took the coveted 'Best in show' award too with our partners Silverstream landscapes reviving the best contractor award for constructing the garden.
Our gold medal winning garden and best in show Bloom 2018
Our boat 'Sustainability', was constructed from three boats and was fitted with a fully working outdoor kitchen.
This stunning Elm table was commissioned by Andrew to highlight the the need to protect our natural resources.
Garden Sculpture by Jesse Meyer in stainless steel and Bronze.
Hidden from the public's view was this beautiful natural stream.
Best in show Bloom 2018
Polished concrete steps and Patio with Hardwood boardwalk.
Beautiful reflections of the karst stone and coastal planting.
This stunning shot from Conor Mc Eneaney shows the detail that went into the garden.
This Mahogany Board walk was framed with corten steel.
Our kitchen boat and dining table.
Beautiful reflections in the water.
Our Pier wall and ladder made just for the show.
Polished concrete, corten steel and Bespoke furniture and Eames chairs.
Chef Fiona Uyema prepares amazing seafood from our boat.