The show, which will be held at London’s Battersea Park on the 22nd and 23rd September, is established as the essential trade event for discerning landscape designers, architects, contractors, facilities managers and interior designers involved in some of the most important, prestigious and valuable projects in the UK and internationally.
The Barbican’s Conservatory is the second largest glasshouse of its kind in London and is home to exotic fish and more than 2,000 species of tropical plants and trees.
“The opportunity to bring the Conservatory to the forefront at The Landscape Show 2015 by sharing my story is an exciting prospect,” comments Marta Lowcewicz, Craftsperson Gardener at the Barbican. “I started out working on window boxes early on in my career so to now find myself working in a magical place such as the Barbican Conservatory is something I hope will inspire those who attend my session.”
Marta’s session ‘From Window Boxes To Conservatories’ will begin from 1pm on Wednesday 23rd September. Those looking to register for tickets to The Landscape Show and to hear more from Marta should visit www.landscapeshow.co.uk for further information.
“We are all very proud of Marta and the stunning work that she and the rest of Conservatory team do to make our own tropical paradise something special in the heart of London,” said Jackie Boughton, Head of Sales at Barbican Business Events. “Those attending her session at The Landscape Show in September will surely be inspired by her journey from window boxes to the Barbican Conservatory!”
The Landscape Show is the UK's leading trade event dedicated to products, services and innovation for the design, build and management of exterior and interior landscape projects.
The Conservatory is just one of many spaces available for corporate events and weddings at the Barbican.