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The Poustinia, Garden of Reflection, Wells

The client’s brief was for: “a tranquil, calm and contemporary garden-a place to immerse oneself in the surroundings, to take stock and to open oneself up to a better self understanding”. Named from an old Russian word for a ‘small room’ to be alone with God, the Poustinia is, in esse
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Rossall Observatory, Wyre Coast

The Observatory at Rossall Point acts as a visual landmark and the only physical refuge between the towns of Fleetwood and Cleveleys on the windswept Wyre Coast in Lancashire. The design team, including Booth King were selected through a competition. They created a world class and sus
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Fylde Memorial, Thornton Cleveleys

The monument in Cor-Ten and Greenheart, by artist Steven Broadbent, stands on the front at Thonton Cleveleys. Engraved from the Cor-Ten sheet are the names of all the ships recorded as lost off the Fylde Coast. Key Facts The artwork is an impressive 4.5 metre structure fashioned out o
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Sea Swallows-Thornton Cleveleys

The Sea Swallows is an impressive 10 metre tall structure that brings to life Wyre’s mythic coast storybook The Sea Swallow, designed by Stephen Broadbent. The sculpture is inspired by the final paragraph of ‘The Sea Swallow’ book which tells of two sea swallows that
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The Halo Sculpture, Haslingden

Halo is the ultimate in the Panopticons, a series of Public Artworks to provide new landmarks for East Lancashire. The original creative vision behind Halo was created by LandLab, a practice with a background in collaborative, cross-disciplinary work in landscape architecture, ecology
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