● This landscape is the pattern of sound waves. RESONATE seeks to highlight the play between mass and void. We are also interested in the ‘Lure’ of spaces and have aimed to create opportunities to feed our fundamental desire to experience tension; over and under, in and out, up and down, noise and quiet, light and shadow. ● The sound waves manifest as exaggerated undulations contouring throughout the garden suggesting movement and energy, juxtaposing the central terrace with its dominant rectilinear, horizontal form. The undulations create natural focal points into the garden inducing the visitor to approach certain viewing locations, they suggest both movement and exsection of a larger space. ● The plants featured in ‘Resonate’ are an abundant, colourful and textural mix of old and new - many hardy as motivation to engage non-gardeners. Plants that people will remember from the 60’s feature, we hope it brings a smile. ● The warming flash of autumn colour in the Acer Forest will be continued in the hot palette of glowing reds, yellows and orange and white. ● Sound, circles and arcs 'resonate' throughout the design creating a dynamic energy contrasting with a relaxing terrace space. ● Foliage plants, crazy paving, stone walls, bright flowers and bedding plants and the colour palette are inspired by the memories. ● A degree of tension is achieved with the bridge that spans a sunken dish of lush Dichondra; the counterpoint to the lawn dome. Visitors can imagine themselves traversing the bridge and relaxing on the terrace, entertaining or catching a few rays. ● The walls of the pavilion are a modern take on the ubiquitous Besser Breeze Blocks of the 60’s, allowing for sound and light to penetrate, the eye to see more of the garden beyond but also to create dramatic shadows. ● The Geranium terrace 'fits' the pavilion wall behind as if hinged. The pavilion’s surprise is a descent of water that cascades sharply from the roof, a 'rain' water feature resonating its sound throughout the garden at times and also providing sensory appeal at certain remote viewing locations. Can you find them?