Pallant House Gallery

The garden at Pallant House was designed by Christopher Bradley-Hole as part of a £6.8 million redevelopment of the property, in time for the grand opening of the gallery.
The focal point for the garden takes form in the large stone paved square in its centre, surrounded by reflective stone faced pools and contemporary brickwork. The six large plane trees, which had to be crane lifted into the garden over the listed city walls, provide shade for the seating area – a perfect resting spot for visitors.

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Pallant House Gallery, stone paving