Juliet Sargeant has recently been commissioned by Field Place Manor House in Sussex to create a stunning wedding garden for the hotel as part of their on-going restoration.
As part of the centre-piece Juliet chose to incorporate a stone labyrinth. The history of labyrinths is complex, ancient and mysterious. Used to trap the Greek Minotaur to confuse bad spirits and for Christian devotion, the pattern of labyrinths has long held a fascination for many cultures.
The Field Place labyrinth was created using the bespoke design service offered by PietraPave. The labyrinth design was created ‘off site’ with each sett sized and carefully positioned before being bonded to a backing mat. The mats were then packed in order and transported to site. Laying the mats minimised the installation time and disruption whilst the garden was being created.
Field Place Manor House are delighted with their wedding garden – as are many of their happy couples, enjoying the venue for their special day. PietraPave are understandably delighted to be a part of such a beautiful setting.
Juliet Sargeant, Designer