Angus Thompson studied at the internationally renowned Inchbald School of Design 2004, where he received the Principals Award.
The practice has also designed show gardens including the Gold Medal winning 'Nature Ascending' garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2009, and 'Lust for Life' in Chelsea 2007.
We collaborate closely with architects, interior designers, and contractors in order to offer our clients a seamless experience from initial concept to completed landscape.
Angus is a guest lecturer at the Inchbald School of Garden Design.
Our design ethos is to search for the purest response to each site, client & brief.
We adopt an uncluttered approach; best described as ‘quietly contemporary’ and explore natural materials, aged patinas and textural contrasts within a modern aesthetic.
Our aim is to create gardens that look beautiful, but which also encourage exploration, play or quiet repose.
Our planting style tends towards the layering of dynamic, natural planting communities to juxtapose with the underlying design structure. We believe in ‘right plant, right place’ and wherever possible adopt sustainable solutions.
“We would like to thank you for the transformation of our garden. What was once a forgotten side garden is now our pride and joy with a very modern twist. We could never have imagined what you came up with.
Our entrance has also been transformed by the stylish blocks of silver birches and the planting around the base of our newly extended house gives the wow factor.
Thank you for your imaginative work and not to mention what a pleasure it was to have you in our environment.”
Lorna and Normal Peires, Private Client, Buckinghamshire
Angus leads dynamic team of 5, each with differing skills covering Planting, CAD , Illustration, Material sourcing, Maintenance and marketing/PR.
We pride ourselves in being a small enough team to be ‘responsive' to client needs, yet with enough 'flex' to embrace the larger projects we are currently involved in.