Sponsor a Potted Plant for Gibbon's Rent
Together with Team London Bridge and Southwark Council The Architecture Foundation is transforming a forgotten cut through known as Gibbon's Rent into a shared green space. Designed in collaboration between architect, Andrew Burns and landscape architect, Sarah Eberle this run down site is envisaged as a community garden that evolves and accumulates over time with the donation of potted plants from members of the local community and visitors to the space.
We are set to launch in just under four weeks time and are therefore asking you to help us by sponsoring a potted plant today. By pledging before 11 June you will be credited by name on a thank you board on site. You can also visit your plant on the celebratory launch weekend during the London Festival of Architecture on 23-24 June. We will also be accepting plants throughout the launch weekend and belong - so if you would rather buy your own and bring this to the space this is more than welcomed.
Click here to find out more on how to sponsor a potted plant.
This project was made possible through the generous support of Team London Bridge, Southwark Council, The Peter De Haan Charitable Trust, NSW Architects Registration Board, CPM Group, MACE and Farebrother Chartered Surveyors.