Shoreline style

The modern architecture of this new house on the beach in West Sussex required an equally strong, dynamic garden.

Artistic angles

Lots of planting was required for this small front garden.

Circular themes and variations

Creating movement and interest by replacing rectangles with a variety of interlocking circular themes.

Town meets country

A little piece of the Cotswolds in a town garden

Country cottage style

The rural charm of a thatched
cottage has been enhanced through sympathetic natural planting that
links the architecture the
surrounding countryside.

Contemporary geometry

A modern approach to the traditional elements of terrace, water feature and raised beds.

Verdant minimalism

A minimalist design in a lovely Chelsea basement provides an uncluttered,
chic space for relaxing, entertaining and play.

Urban idyll

Contemporary and traditional elements co-exist comfortably in this enclosed and private town garden in Guildford.

Style and elegance

Strong, structural planting provides balance to the bold architecture in this lovely restored farmhouse. 

Water for wildlife

Water gardens were designed for the benefit of both wildlife and pupils at this London school.

Definition and destination

This design for a new front garden brought definition to the space with clear routes defined by the paving
and architectural elements reflected
in the planting.

Refined naturalism

These established gardens in Essex have been given a new lease of life with rejuvenated planting and
re-worked spaces.

Rural oasis

Updating the gardens and terrace of a beautiful Grade II listed manor.