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Van Heyningen & Haward in full bloom with Chelsea pavilion

Van Heyningen & Haward Architects has designed this temporary garden pavilion for the Chelsea Flower Show. A scale model of the pavilion - designed in collaboration with student Rachel Elliot - is on the English Garden Carpentry Company's stand at the show this week. Elliot - who is on a year's placement with the practice - won an internal competition to develop the concept for this 'Japanese tea pavilion-inspired'design.The practice was paid just £100, and commissioned by the company as part of its policy of employing architects to design pavilions, but Van Heyningen & Haward will receive 18 per cent of profits from sales at the show.

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