Landscape gardener, Ula Bujauskaite, who uses Wienerberger pavers in her design, is a finalist in this year’s Royal Horticultural Society’s Young Designer Awards.
As part of the yearly competition, Ula is exhibiting her design and Tatton Park, and Wienerberger Astra Tegel TF pavers play a central role in her design.
This year’s finalists were asked to create an outdoor workspace, under the brief ‘A Garden Office’. Ula designed ‘Studio Unwired’, an outdoor hot-desk office in urban setting, inspired by her childhood memories of Baltic landscapes, the design evokes coastal hinterlands and creates a serene and earthy environment.
The design speaks of the wider movement within landscaping and architecture to create spaces that positively impact the lives of those who inhabit them.
Ula said the Astra Tegel pavers were ideal for the naturalistic and earthy nature of the garden, blending in to the overall colour palette seamlessly.
Category Marketing Manager, Joanne Roberts said Wienerberger is committed to helping to improve the quality of life for people and communities and puts great emphasis on work like Ula’s that positively impact people’s outlook on everyday life.
Astra Tegel TF pavers are part of Wienerberger’s Dutch collection of clay pavers, offering a reliable paving solution and providing a realistic and earthy finish to landscaping projects.