Mughal pavilion in Small Heath Park, Birmingham (BBC)
PRASADA was invited by the BBC to take part in the creation of a "Moghul Garden" in Small Heath Park Birmingham, for Charlie Dimmock's TV programme "Charlie's Garden Army". Students from the PRASADA MA course worked with Adam Hardy on the design and decoration of three pavilions, and appeared in the programme when it was broadcast in August 2000. The main pavilion stood on the central axis of the garden, as its focal point: unfortunately it was burnt down by arsonists on November 4th. A related project in Birmingham was PRASADA's designs for street furniture and paving in the "balti zone" of Sparkbrook, for the City Council.