In Pictures: Islamic Garden Wins Chelsea Show Prize

Taroudant – Muslim themed garden, highlighting the beauty of Islamic cultural heritage, has been awarded a prestigious Silver Gilt Medal at UK’s Chelsea Flower Show 2015, held on the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea in London on May19-23.To clear misconceptions surrounding Islam, the Emirati Kamelia Bin Zaal, designer of Islamic Garden, brings Islamic heritage and beautiful design to the show, which is one of the world’s most prestigious flower show.“I am continuously inspired by our heritage and wanted to creatively translate my interpretation of our peaceful religion and culture into a beautiful garden design,” Bin Zaal told The Daily Telegraph. Representing Islamic culture in the Flower Show is something of significant importance, and “a truly memorable experience.”“I am absolutely thrilled to have won a Silver Gilt medal, and so delighted to be sharing this great honor with everyone who has made this wonderful garden possible,” the Emirati designer told Arabian Business.“I am delighted that I achieved my intention of making The Beauty of Islam a true celebration of heritage, art, design, culture and for all the plants to reflect the diversity of the UAE’s plant life,” Zaal added.

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