Have you heard of The Edible Bus Stop?
They are a landscape architecture and urban design organisation creating innovative permanent and temporary growing spaces. They are a project that germinated from the need for green space within our cities and built environments. There’s a great historical article in The Guardian if you want to find out a little bit more about them and what they do.
Mak Gilchrist is the Co-Founder of The Edible Bus Stop and whilst the name may not mean anything to you, she is actually a former model who appeared as one of the bassists in Robert Palmer’s Addicted to Love video in the ’80’s.
You can read more about Mak’s work with the Edible Bus Stop Project in a Greenhouse interview here.
We’re thrilled to be able to supply timber and other materials to what is clearly a flourishing and dynamic project, transforming wasteland areas across London.
If you are involved with a project that needs supplies of timber, decking, sleepers or fencing, then please do give us a call on 01474 444150 and have a chat about what we can offer. Our hand PDF pricelist is available to download here or you can browse our online shop.
You can read more from us in our timber blog here.