A Caribou cover for the Tremenheere outdoor seating area allowed their chefs to cook food outdoors regardless of the weather

Project Background

Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens is based in West Cornwall in a beautiful sheltered valley, the woods, stream and dramatic vistas provide a perfect setting for large scale exotic and sub-tropical planting. Interwoven with this there is also an evolving programme of high quality and contemporary art installations.

The Tremenheere Kitchen has an extraordinary location, great food and view of St Michael’s Mount; and with a wonderful outside seating area and Wood Fired Oven.

During late Spring 2014 The Way Out West introduced the team at Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens and Kitchen to the Caribou Canvas system by supplying a Caribou and a Wedge to part cover their outdoor seating area free of charge for the duration of their early summer events.

Requirements

To cover the seating area adjacent to the Wood Fired Oven in order to allow the chefs to cook and serve food outdoors regardless of the weather and to extend the season for the outdoor seated area.

Challenges

The chosen area is heavily landscaped to several levels and has a variety of surfaces to work with - landscaped grass and soil, hard-standing, timber and pebble pathways.

Solutions

Fortunately a Caribou and a Wedge fitted absolutely perfectly within the limitations of the area! Coach bolts were driven into the Pitch Pine sleepers to guy out the flown up side and steel ground staples secured the other side along the grassy bank.

Results

A beautiful canopy that sits snugly into the landscape surrounding it and compliments the buildings it sits next to.

Testimonial

Customers enjoy the earthy, simplicity of the canvas. It provides nostalgic qualities with it's shape and it compliments the landscape with its raw materials, also offering shelter from the wind, rain and sun.



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