Rankin Fraser’s proposal was for a simple, balanced space, comprising of a sculpture and a Pine tree. The Pine tree was proposed to be located within a low mound and planted with evergreen shrubs to reference the mossy mounds of Japanese gardens. It has been positioned at the front of the site to provide a central and dominant focus.
The sculpture was designed and is positioned on an area of natural hardstanding which includes engravings and references to Japanese design. Simple timber fencing spanning the perimeter will provide symmetry, order and simplicity.
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