Keepers House Garden
The Royal Academy of Arts
Built during the summer of 2013 to mark the redevelopment of the Keeper’s House. This tiny garden creates an outside social space for the restaurant, bar and lounge.
It seems almost like a canyon excavated out of the brick and receives no direct sunlight. Nevertheless, it is an unexpected entrancing space, populated by outlandish tree ferns and grasses. It also creates a setting for Michael Craig-Martin’s bright red 'Garden Fork' sculpture.