Exhibiting at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, two of The Communication Group’s clients’, Wardian London, the botanically inspired development by EcoWorld Ballymore, and Kebony, a beautiful wood recommended by leading architects, were considered major highlights of this year’s show.
Wardian London collaborated with English tea company, Tregothnan Estate for a botanical tea-inspired showcase which created a microcosm of the innovative Wardian London living experience which blurs the boundaries between urban luxury and the great outdoors. Kebony was used to provide sustainable timber decking and lining of the bench and walls, for Blue Forest’s bespoke tree house, designed as the perfect garden hideaway.
The Communication Group plc generated substantial media coverage for both clients, with Chris Evans recording BBC Radio 2’s The Breakfast Show from the Wardian London stand, and high-profile coverage for Kebony on The Telegraph and the Daily Mail. A number of famous faces were amongst the many visitors to each stand including HRH Prince Philip, Mary Berry and Judi Dench.