Exodus Adventure Travels: The Sounds of Adventure Garden

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Exodus Adventure Travels: The Sounds of Adventure Garden is designed to engage all senses, this sustainable oasis embodies the company’s commitment to sustainable travel. With every element carefully created to minimise environmental impact, from materials selection to water conservation techniques.

A central building appears to levitate above the garden and over planting, chosen to encourage pollinators.
A watercourse gently snakes through the garden, supporting biodiversity and playing a crucial part of the balanced water management system, which flows throughout the design.

Each plant and each feature, relates to our interconnectedness with the earth, urging us to tread lightly and cherish our place in the environment.

At a glance:

Who is this garden for? 
A public garden to be enjoyed by nature enthusiasts.
Where is the garden set?  
South East England.
Who or what is the design inspiration?
The design draws inspiration from the natural world, with elements of adventure and exploration.

Key sustainability points

  • No concrete is used in the garden construction, the building will be supported with ground screws.
  • Resilient and wildlife friendly plant species to support local biodiversity, conserve water, and create resilient landscapes adapted to regional climate conditions.
  • Water-efficient irrigation systems are used throughout the garden, such as rainwater harvesting techniques, and permeable paving materials to reduce water usage and minimize runoff.

Repurpose & relocation

The garden is being relocated at a garden open to the National Garden Scheme.

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The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.