Contemporary Country Garden, Mount Tamborine
The client was looking for a garden to replace the empty field into which her beautiful new home had been painstakingly built. The house design by Mark Granger has resulted in a comfortable luxury contemporary home inspired by the English Arts and Crafts Movement, combining modern comfort with traditional materials such as hand cut stone, copper and natural timber.
Desert Garden, Hervey Road
This garden was designed for a retired couple who were both avid plant collectors. They were looking to transform a neglected section of their garden into something interesting and unusual; a place where they could sit in the sun and indulge their love of plants.
Perennial Garden, Foyle Road
The clients had recently relocated to this period home in Blackheath and wanted a garden that reflected their style and taste. We worked closely with the client and their gardener to create a bold romantic scheme of massed perennials and grasses.
White Lodge, Blackheath
The property was situated in remnant woodland on the fringes of Blackheath Village and the client wanted to create a garden out of the stands of beech and horse chestnut that covered much of the site.
Japanese Garden, Horton Road
This small enclosed central London garden was designed to be an oasis of calm. Inspired by the client’s love of Japanese culture we created a tsubo-niwa or Japanese Courtyard Garden, in the style of niho teien, a stylized and highly abstracted miniature landscape.
The Folly, Blackheath
The client wanted to provide a cubby house for their two young children, but did not want a standard ‘play shed’. We transformed an off-the-shelf wooden shed with the addition of strips of tree bark and branches to create a folly in the back of the garden.