Follers Manor Gardens are in the South Downs National Park. They have been extensively featured in the press including channel 4 filming the 15 month design and build process and have won heritage and design awards. They are open to organised garden tours and the NGS. The photos on this page show before and after from the same window.
An award winning harden overlooking the Conwy Estuary in North Wales. The photographs show the old gravel garden, the proposals model and the completed scheme integrating water, deck, planting, walkways, corten and stone walls.
Gardens for a contemporary home with spectacular sea and bay views incorporating sunken, sheltered and ornamental gardens. An internal courtyard references the pine colonised seaside rock outcrops and sweeping bay view from the house.
Channel Island Garden
A recent design replacing the annual meadows with a new design over a 7m level fall. The layout incorporates infinity edge curved grass walks, a sunken garden and extensive perennial planting mimicking wild flower meadows.
The view out to the larger landscape with church, meadow, trees and contours are uncannily similar to John Constables The Cornfield . The new design nods to that.
Our studio up north including gardens, extensive wildlife zones and religiously managed wildflower meadows. The garden gate is the garden plan.
A very seasonal garden dominated by wild flower meadows in Summer with Winter structure provided by bespoke topiary forms. A heritage award wining garden featured in many magazines/TV and open to pre organised garden tours and NGS days. Before and after photos shown here along with the upper gardens proposals plan.
A complicated central London project including removal of all existing gardens, double basement construction and new gardens over that. The final scheme had an immediate mature effect due to the tree and shrub specimens used.
A windswept site where garden potential was realised by new driveway alignments, sunken ornamental gardens, winter gardens and terraces along with ha ha construction and a new entrance courtyard.
Poor external spaces around this house were transformed to provide a garden entrance courtyard to the front and upper level ornamental gardens to the rear. Before and after views shown here.
Listed Country House
One of 5 new period villas built in Regents Park overlooking the canal. The new gardens included terraces and extensive screening to the public park boundaries.
A small selection of many London pocket gardens ranging from family homes to plant collectors.
Exhibition gardens permanently open to the public as part of the Jordans Mill heritage centre in Bedfordshire. The design plan mimics local field and river patterns. The gardens combine ornamental planting with a wide variety of field crops on a rotational basis along with vegetable growing for the restaurant.
A short walk from St Pauls Cathedral the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers courtyard was unloved. Surrounded by listed buildings including the Wren Church, the brief was to create an intimate space which would still accommodate 60 seated diners associated with the varied events use of the adjacent buildings including marriages. The retained London plane reputedly marks the spot of the last mass book burnings.