Immersive Landscaping at Kildare Village

Immersive Landscaping at Kildare Village

Immersive Landscaping at Kildare Village

Over the past year Nikki and the Wild at Heart team have worked closely with Value Retail to transform their luxury shopping malls into immersive landscaping experiences.

The original inspiration for our first village, Bicester Village, was taken from its Oxfordshire setting. Rich in greeny, luxurious countryside and overgrown woodland all played a hand at inspiring Nikki. Wild and overgrown, Nikki dreamt of turning the vision of 'overgrown grounds of an old manor house', to life.

And a year later, the journey continues. Nikki and the team have surpassed all original concepts by installing hundreds of evolving still life-vignettes, each one completely bespoke, created using original items sourced from antique markets across Europe. Along

This month we have re-invented Kildare Village in Ireland into an enchanted setting with plants and trees native to the Irish surroundings. Once again inspired by its natural setting, the rolling hills of Ireland, and green fields that seem to go on forever were natural inspiration to Nikki. 



With the villages ever-evolving and our landscaping projects now taking us to various other European destinations, stay tuned and share your pictures on social media, using #nikkitibbleswildatheart.


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