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Calm in the Cotswolds
An idyllic region of the English countryside forms the setting for this beautiful sanctuary. Stunning local materials, precision detailing and an elegant selection of plants, combine to create this calming space.
Located on a long and sloping site in the Surrey Hills, inspiration is taken from the modern and angular design of the house, deepening the connection between architecture and landscape.
An Urban Sanctuary
A masterful use of exotic foliage and vibrant planting adds depth, texture and structure to the space.
Subterranean Concrete Jungle
Descending through the minimalist brutality of BPN Architects Ghost House, emphasis was made to keep ethereal presence and scale.
An ambitious brief on an ambitious scale, this scheme spreads across almost 20 acres incorporating everything from a topiary garden, to lake, woodland, meadows, stumpery, rhododendron walk, formal lawn and kitchen garden.
Great Martins Kitchen
The Kitchen Garden
Form and function drove the creation of this kitchen garden, stepping through the oak gates to discover beds spilling with produce
Hyde Park Gate
Opulent Courtyard Garden
A series of courtyards, terraces and balconies, will provide a much-needed connection with nature in this super prime residence.
In collaboration with Javelin Block of this 100-acre estate, passing through the compound walls to discover a central courtyard cloister paradise.
The Invisible House
A defragmented property that will appear to hover above the planting and disappear into the landscape with its fully mirrored façade.
This small sculptural garden offers a place of seclusion and grounded stability. Under the canopy of a large magnolia contrasting concrete ribs gently punctuate through plains of verdant planting.
A formal opulence
A restrained yet bold composition of topiary pillows, textured planting and obsessive detailing create striking vistas and form.
Royal Hospital Chelsea
An autocratic appointment
Nestled within the prestigious grounds of the Royal Hospital, this project was previously destined to exhibit on behalf of RAMC at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2020.
Royal Opera House
A Royal engagement
The iconic architecture of the Royal Opera House deserved an equally opulent ‘green’ touch.
Shenzhen World Flower Show 2022
Far East serenity
Exploring the interaction between water, forma and the urban environment. A bold utilitarian hardscape, softened with a beautifully restrained palette of plants.
The complex art of balancing stone, plants, trees and water. This minimalist terrace required scale to create impact.
A hill top collaboration
A landscape set to be a horticultural blueprint for improving mental health. Pushing boundaries and making tangible links between gardens and mental health.
An Essex dream
Inspiration driven from the Grecian coastline; effort has been made to keep a scheme that is light, bright and white-washed.