The Onion is a handmade timber shelter constructed from steam-bent oak. Suitable for a range of environments including schools, public parks, private gardens and business developments, the Onion is durable, easy to install and available in a choice of three standard sizes.
The Spanish Onion is the largest structure in the Onion range. It is best suited to public spaces, and can be found at Salford Cathedral, Sheffield Botanical Gardens and various NHS sites around the country.
The Spanish Onion is made from English oak. Its ribs are steam-bent and glue-laminated, and the nine seating bays are profile cut from kiln dry oak. The shelter also comes with an oak floor.
The Onion can be roofed in a choice of materials, including green roofs, or left open.
The Spanish Onion has 10 ribs and nine seating bays.
2.3m base (3m at its widest point) and 4.5m tall.
- Steam-bent oak seat backs
- Living, canvas or metal roofs