|Garden Festival 'zone'|
|Type of object|
Pavilion, building or other structure
These are the buildings that resulted from the first prize winning designs for the Glasgow Garden Festival 1988 Architecture Competition by Ian Pickering and Alastair Macdonald, both then tutors at The Glasgow School of Art. These were concept designs for ceremonial entrance pavilions, garden cafes, toilet units, ticket entrances etc. The design took a modular approach which suggested how this approach might also be applied in various way to e.g. a knot garden, scent garden, orangerie etc. Ian Pickering went on to develop the designs into the built structures.
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