LazyLawn has been enlisted by Islington’s N1 Centre for the second year running to create a summer garden to help shoppers chill out.
Following last year’s success, the UK’s biggest artificial grass brand has rolled out 140 square metres of its Playtime product, including its specialist Funky Orange and White coloured turf, in order to recreate N1’s distinctive logo.
Loved by Amanda Holden and Alan Titchmarsh, LazyLawn is the go-to brand for artificial grass, having also appeared in Selfridge’s famous window displays and the Big Brother garden.
Andy Driver, Marketing Director at LazyLawn, comments:
“It’s great to work alongside the N1 Centre to help them create a place where shoppers and visitors can relax.We are delighted with how popular the LazyLawn has been, with shoppers racing to find space on the grass as soon as the installation had been completed.
“Our public installations are always in high demand during the summer months, as they offer a comfortable place to sit and relax, and encourage people to spend more time.
“Our Playtime product is designed with durability in mind and is popular for play areas as well as outdoor high footfall installations such as this. It gives a premium look whilst at the same time ticking all the boxes for practicality.
“We have worked on a number of high profile projects already this summer, including a large installation at King’s Cross Granary Square, and have more in the pipeline.”
When it comes to large projects like this, LazyLawn is the ideal alternative to real grass as it doesn’t need watering or mowing and will look good all summer.
The LazyLawn summer garden has been installed in the central piazza of the N1 Centre, Islington.
Centre Manager, Lynne Glover, says:
“We’re really pleased with our summer garden; it provides the perfect setting for our summer events. Thanks, LazyLawn!”
For those thinking of installing a LazyLawn in London, the artificial grass specialist has just opened a new office and warehouse at Oliver Business Park in Park Royal.