John Lewis to exhibit 'quiet' treehouse at Hampton Court

David Domoney has designed a garden around John Lewis and Quiet Mark electronic brands.

John Lewis treehouse
John Lewis treehouse

John Lewis and Quiet Mark, the Noise Abatement Society's standard, will open the Quiet Mark Treehouse and Garden by John Lewis at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show on 8-13 July.

The garden will be the central feature at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. The acoustically-designed structure has been developed to offer a vision of a quieter style of living.

The treehouse sits in naturalistic forest planting designed by David Domoney.  

Visitors can explore the Treehouse, which is made from Kebony wood and includes a bee wall, houses for solitary bees, and wood stacks for frogs, toads and hedgehogs in the surrounding feature garden.

John Lewis’s partnership with the Quiet Mark award programme is based around high performance low-noise technology electrical products.

Lexus and Panasonic are feature sponsors of the Treehouse.

The garden will feature Quiet Mark awarded brands, including Panasonic, Magimix, Dyson, Philips and STIHL.

After the show it will be donated to Chestnut Tree House, the children’s hospice for Sussex.

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