Jinding is pleased to share photos of our entry garden for Harriott, Armstrong Creek that will greet you as you enter Harkness Boulevard.
Inspired by the rich birdlife at Harriott, the entry garden features manicured lawn, bluestone steppers, seating, and lush native plants. The centre piece of the garden features a highly visible sculpture, that reflects the Curlew Sandpiper; a migratory bird that spends its summers frolicking in the adjacent wetland.
The sculpture was designed in collaboration by Landscape Architects, Spiire and Lump Sculpture Studio to reflect the sandpiper’s wing. Constructed in stainless steel, the sculpture features a black powdercoated finish that will also be replicated in the park benches in the future Green Spine and Central Park.
Harriott’s entry garden is framed by seating to providing the perfect opportunity for you to enjoy the garden and sculpture.