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    Indoor Garden Design scoops a lot of gold!

    Indoor Garden Design scoops a lot of Gold!

    Indoor Garden Design confirmed their position as the market leader at the 10th annual 2014 Efig Awards winning over 30% of the awards and taking Gold in all categories – Design, Maintenance, Events, and Christmas.

    Ian Drummond, Creative Director of Indoor Garden Design, commented: “I am thrilled with our wins from the night’s awards and cannot thank the IGD team enough – they are such a dedicated, professional and creative team – I’m proud to be a member of the team’

    The night ended with Ian receiving a special award to commemorate his 25 years in the horticulture industry,

    Carole Plukaard Johnston, Vice Chair of Efig, said: “This is a very special award for a very special person – it couldn’t go to anyone more deserving! Ian works tirelessly for efig and we really wanted to honour the past 25 years he has dedicated to our Industry.”

    Ian commented in response: I am so, so pleased to have been honoured by my industry and my peers – it’s been a wonderful 25 years. I’ve had amazing opportunities and feel very lucky indeed to have worked with some incredible people and worked on brilliant projects. I’m proud of my success and the success of Indoor Garden Design – here’s to another 25 years!

    Ian has already been recognised this year by being invited to be an RHS committee member which followed his critically acclaimed exhibition ‘Living With Nature’ in association with St Pancras international Station and the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel. Ian and the IGD team have were awarded the plantpeople of the year award from New Covent Garden flower market.



    Angola – Gold

    AT Kearney – Silver



    LCP Lane Clark + Peacock – Gold

    The judges commented: a superb installation, and very artistically designed – the large planters on top of the cabinets were excellent, and the symmetrical planting was very effective.  I really liked the simplicity and block planting as it was restful to the eye and broke up the rather stark office spaces.

    Oliver Wyman – Gold


    Maintenance – up to 10K

    Harper Collins – Gold

    The judges felt: Harper Collins A well maintained installation; there are not many plants in total.  The plants were all spotlessly clean, obviously rotated regularly and free of P&D.  Several had been there for quite some time, but still looked healthy and clean.

    Zetter Hotel – Gold

    Harper Collins

    Maintenance – Up to 20K

    Royal Bank of Canada – Gold

    The judges commented:

    A stunning use of containers and plants, each one beautifully presented and eye catching, with both plants and growing media superbly maintained, having an almost Zen-like quality about them. Less was definitely more here!


    Event Planting

    Glastonbury – Gold

    Britain’s Biggest Bouquet, Flower council – Gold



    Mandarin Hotel – Gold

    Marriott Hotels London – Gold



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