RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Construct Films is proud to have been involved with the Chelsea Flower Show since 'our first Chelsea' in 2014. Since then we've filmed twelve gardens (winning seven Gold medals and three Best In Show) to demonstrate the amount of work and effort that goes into each one.
The 2017 show is in full swing. The gardens are complete and you can see our latest build videos below.
From Chelsea Flower Show 2017
The M&G Garden was designed by James Basson, built by Crocus.co.uk and sponsored by M&G Investments.
The M&G Garden was awarded a Gold medal and Best In Show.
The Welcome to Yorkshire Garden was designed by Tracey Foster, built by Landform and sponsored by Welcome to Yorkshire.
The Welcome to Yorkshire Garden was awarded a Silver medal.
From Chelsea Flower Show 2016
Inspired by York Minster's Great East Window, Matthew's design includes innovations in laminated structures and LED lighting, involving dozens of trades from across Yorkshire and beyond.
Watch Matthew's Chelsea Diary episodes below for insight behind the garden details.
The chalk stream running through Rosy's home village of Freefolk in Hampshire provided inspiration for this design, which uses shapes based on coccolith fossils that turn to chalk strata over millions of years.
Watch Rosy's Chelsea Diary episodes below on how the garden elements came together.
Matthew Wilson's Chelsea Diary
Designer of the God's Own County garden for Welcome To Yorkshire
Andy Sturgeon's Chelsea Diary
Designer of The Daily Telegraph garden
Rosy Hardy's Chelsea Diary
Designer of the Forever Freefolk garden for Brewin Dolphin
From Chelsea Flower Show 2015
Three hundred tonnes of gritstone was loaned by the Chatsworth estate and meticulously laid out to form the basis of an extraordinary garden. The trout stream winds its way through a meadow of wildflowers and trees that appear to have grown together for decades.
Implementing Darren Hawkes' striking design involved hand-cutting forty thousand pieces of slate to form levitating platforms and vertical monoliths. The surrounding woodland planting draws the eye from concealed paths, brick wells and dry stone walling.
Derived from the De Stijl design movement, Marcus Barnett's arrangement of primary colours and geometric alignment combine to provide a pleasing scene reminiscent of East England countryside augmented by detailed wall structures and illuminated waterways.
From Chelsea Flower Show 2014
The Brewin Dolphin Garden was designed by Matthew Childs, built by Bowles & Wyer Contracts, and sponsored by Brewin Dolphin.