Architectural landscape design

 

Contemporary, Award winning London & Oxford garden & landscape design practice.

We create unique, beautiful gardens across the UK

 

Our bespoke design service offers ‘concept to completion and beyond’ involvement and includes: outline design proposals, detailed tender packages for costing, planting schedules and sourcing, on-site monitoring of works, after care & maintenance.

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Selected projects

 
Old Barn, Oxfordshire

Old Barn, Oxfordshire

 

An architectural & contemporary garden for a family idyll

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RHS Chelsea Show Garden 2009

RHS Chelsea Show Garden 2009

 

A wildlife garden with a contemporary edge

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Victorian Town House, North Oxford

Victorian Town House, North Oxford

 

Smart walled town garden for home-working professionals and family

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Eco-House, Oxford

Eco-House, Oxford

 

An essay in green

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One-off Modernist House, Chilterns

One-off Modernist House, Chilterns

 

Bold design complements a unique contemporary house

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Walled Garden, Yorkshire

Walled Garden, Yorkshire

 

Evoking a feel of the country in a town garden

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“Because simplicity is always more profoundly elegant”

 

Pythagoras

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