The structures are all made from recycled or sustainable wood and they are all treated with Sadolin products. The pavilion reflects the growing trend for people to use garden structures as a centre for work and it comes equipped with Wi-Fi computer links and mains electricity connections.
The garden has been designed by established designer Kathryn Hibberd. The planting scheme will involve hints of lilac, purple and white with cherry trees, Cornus and roses.
Trees and plants are being sourced from local nurseries and the pavilion is being built by local craftsmen. The garden has a stone and flint path and an oak seat next to a pond.
Hibberd explained: 'We wanted to produce something that would be beautiful and environmentally sensitive. We have tried very hard to minimise the carbon footprint of the garden."
The "Revive and Refresh" garden will be open to the public at the Hampton Court Flower Show on 6-11 July.