London Urban Garden Design
Traditional materials and contemporary style distinguishes this London Garden Design. The use of bricks gives us familiarity and contextual integrity, the arranging of elements and innovative approach provides a modern feel. A linear water feature stretches from the kitchen door toward the end of the garden. Brick path leads us from the garden entrance to the decking platform, suitable...
West Hampstead Roof Garden
This Hampstead penthouse apartment only had a decked terrace without any other feature, offering only a gorgeous view. The owners wanted to spruce the place up, possibly adding some greenery and seating areas. The decking was partly cut to create gravel borders. Round benches were installed, with balau hardwood boards precisely cut to accommodate a half moon shape. The bench serves in...
Ecosystem Design, Ecological restoration and Habitat Creation Scheme
A small creek next to a residential property was channelised many years ago resulting in an ecosystem destruction and biodiversity loss. A restoration scheme was carried out with techniques of bank re-profiling and re-meandering along with introduction of native plants to increase biodiversity.
Tropical Living Wall Design
The living wall was designed for the Tropical Garden by Ocean Orchids Ltd in Dobrovnik, Slovenia. The hallway between the two parts of the tropical garden was nicely transformed into a lush vertical tropical garden, where was otherwise difficult to carry on a tropical theme. With such a design and an intervention, the place now feels as a canyon between two tropical forests. The...
Highgate Front Garden Design
In this Highgate garden a curvy sandstone path leads us to the house entrance. On the right hand side there is a shady mixed border with small shrubs, herbaceous perennials and a patch of seasonal bedding. The left side is formed of an oval lawn area, a gravel border planted with grasses and herbs and another patch of seasonal flowers. Further down, the gravel area turns into a mixed...
Camden Garden Design
Having lawn in this Camden Garden isn't possible as it gets little sun and the soil is very moist. Functional surfaces are paved and the circular patio anchors itself nicely in the space. In addition provides a flow that continues towards the end of the garden. Use of mulch and pebbles brings a variety of surfaces, different texture and marks areas of different planting themes. There was...
London Landscape Design
This North London Garden contains two decking areas with lawn and plant borders in between. Decking area adjoining the house provides a sunny platform and a place for a morning coffee. The decking platform at the end of the garden is an ideal place for a summer barbecue and enjoys a good shadow from mature lime trees. Planting is mostly architectural and gets a visual and practical...
Suburban Family Traditional
The family garden is visually and functionally divided into two parts. The largest contains a lawn and mixed borders with a selection of Japanese maples, small shrubs, grasses and herbaceous perennials. All year round interest is provided and there are contrasts present in terms of foliage textures and of colourful schemes.
The second part is a shady gravel garden. A lawn...
Impossible aspect with almost no sun and very narrow space gave a difficult task designing this London garden. It almost seemed like a grotto and at the end it was turned in to one. It was imagined that the narrow walk from the living room exit towards the end of the garden is like a walk through a magical forest with lots of water and monochrome green environment. Overflowing glass water...
Kensington Roof Terrace Design
The roof needed a good design to kill the overwhelming appearance of roof windows providing light for a bakery underneath. There is a restriction for functional use of the roof. The main idea was to turn the roof into unusual landscape with a special character, turning the disturbing features into one of it's elements. Strong architectural planting and use of textural contrasts.
Water Garden Design
A large water feature with a waterfall and enormous limestone rocks is a focal point from both front and rear garden as the site is L shaped. Half moon shaped path elegantly provides a practical and visual connection between the two parts of the garden. A gravel border with grass planting reflects the neighbouring natural landscape. Mixed borders of shrubs and herbaceous planting were...
Contemporary Front Garden