Pallet Bench Park

Pallet Bench Park

The Pallet Bench Park was originally designed and constructed by Wendy Hoddinott and Jonathan Hall in July 2011 for the ‘Container Dairy’ on Colombo St. We saw a need to make easily moveable gardens and furniture, so pallets were used extensively to make modular benches that could be easily reconfigured.

Coffee Zone

Coffee Zone

Coffee Zone was one of our first projects constructed in early 2011 and it still remains today, making it our longest running garden! The site is owned by the Gin Family Trust and we share it with Ian Carter’s coffee kiosk, Coffee Zone…

Nature Play

Nature Play

The Nature Play Park was a collaborative project, implemented in late 2013. The Department of Conservation was our major partner on this project, which aimed to promote the interpretation and enjoyment of urban nature. The garden created a natural and educational play space for children and parents, using Canterbury native plants in a compact landscape to generate interesting opportunities for exploration…

The Green Room

The Green Room

This garden features an armchair and Ottoman made from broken china as a result of the 4th September 2010 and 22nd February 2011 earthquakes. It also uses plants sourced and replanted from the Residential Red Zone, giving new life in a public space for the lost gardens of Christchurch. The garden was designed by Wendy Hoddinott.

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