The Garden of Disorientation


I visited my final Chelsea Fringe happening on Saturday – The Garden of Disorientation in Clerkenwell. Designed by landscape designer Deborah Nagan, it was a deceptively simple space, containing some higgeldy pallets packed with mint (supplied by Steve’s Leaves), sofas and bean bags, some great galvanised steel furniture from The Modern Garden Company, a wall of jasmine in Woolly Pockets and a pop-up bar serving mojitos. I loved the walls, created by Vienna-based artists Duller & Stippl with the help of volunteers. By all accounts, when the garden closed for the last time that night, some people were indeed disorientated…



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