The plants and the prize-winning gardens may always take the headlines, but for many visitors, no trip to the Chelsea Flower Show is complete without eating lunch in the show’s popular seafood and champagne restaurant.
During May, Owen Brown made its annual trip to the Chelsea Flower Show to erect an Absolute double deck temporary structure, which was used as the event’s popular Seafood and Moet & Chandon Champagne restaurant.
With 1,600sqm spread across two storeys – and with another 640sqm temporary structure to house the kitchen gutter -linked to the ground floor – the restaurant was one of the biggest hospitality spaces at the whole show.
Rows of one-metre glazed window panels on both floors allowed diners to enjoy the views out across the bandstand, while they could also savour their surroundings from a 25m long balcony on the first floor.
Elsewhere, they supplied a host of ancillary structures to the show, including entrance structures, staff areas and two 9sqm temporary structures, which provided shelter for St John Ambulance volunteers.