“When size matters, we maximise every square inch!”
Style: a contemporary town garden in Clapham Town with modernist elements. Design: two seating areas, each with a further functional zone – a dining space opposite a chill-out lounge. Features: outdoor fire oven, waterfall rill, sculpture wall, bold colour, bar and storage. Planting: raised beds with north and south microclimates featuring a Tibetan Cherry, yellow and black Bamboo, Tree ferns, Horsetails in bespoke tall vases, Sweet flags, Mexican lilies, Chinese wild ginger, Eastern redbud, Japanese maple, Water lilies and a Silverbell tree.
“Inventiveness less the garden maintenance equals modern-day outdoor lifestyle pertinence...”
Style: a contemporary city garden in Highbury with Mid-century Modern elements. Design: two informal seating hubs – a west-facing sinuous bench with artificial grass and a small dining zone traversing limestone and granite paving. Features: vibrant colours, custom-build Cedar screens, one-off planters, embedded LED strip lighting in the paving. Planting: Tibetan Cherry, black Bamboo, Jelly and Cabbage palm trees, Bar room plants, Star jasmine, Libertia ‘Goldfinger’.
“Stylised nature in a matchbox.”
Style: a contemporary urban courtyard garden in Fulham. Design: two seating spots with a formal dining area and a built-in corner bench. Features: granite waterfall as a central focal point, hardwood decking, porcelain tiles, Cedar privacy panels, sculpture and lighting. Planting: Japanese maple, Paperbush, Bamboo, Phormiums in pots and ground-cover sedges, contrasted by Desert Willow and Mexican lilies.
“Verdant, scenic, diverse and highly evocative of natural cycles.”
Style: three contemporary wildlife gardens, integrated into rooftop terraces in Hampstead, Clerkenwell and St Katharine Docks. Design: definitively architectural outdoor spaces, centred around ecological cycles, seasonality and wildlife. Features: native trees in customised planters, a broad flora spectrum, wildlife habitats, kitchen and herb gardens, augmented by very low maintenance surfaces. Planting: Alder Buckthorn, Dogwood, Hawthorn, Spindle and Pine trees, Foxglove, Sea pink, Teasel and Yarrow, combined with Agapanthus, Coneflower and Poppy, contrasted by architectural Mexican succulents.
“Foliage luxuriousness, immanently perfected with natural light.”
Style: three modern courtyard gardens in diverse settings – a small Belgravia town garden highlighting Japanese woodland flora, a large Wandsworth garden presenting architectural accents and a Sandbanks courtyard fusing contemporary materials with ancient stone. Design: textured walls, smooth surfaces and colour contrast. Features: level changes, low maintenance potted plants with sculptural succulents and outdoor lighting. Planting: Temple bamboo, Japanese maples and Ferns, Euphorbia cacti, variegated Agave, Butia, Cordyline, Dasylirion.
“Courtyard savvy – topiary with panache.”
Style: a contemporary shade courtyard garden in Mayfair, Central London, with minimalist topiary and hedging. Design: a central seating area surrounded by luxuriant foliage, light tiles and bespoke planters. Features: low maintenance elements including an artificial grass play area, porcelain tiled patio, heating, lighting and irrigation. Planting: two matching Japanese Wheel trees, Sweet flags, Box hedges and spheres, an Ivy green wall, evergreen Ferns, deciduous Maples.
“Outdoor trends elevated by timeless art.”
Style: a trio of small contemporary courtyard gardens with modernist elements focusing on art, daring colours, sculpture and dramatic light interplays. Design: built-in raised beds contrasted by powder-coated bespoke containers, vertical use of space, well-defined architectural spatiality, expanding sight lines, minimalist detail. Features: Cedar, glass and concrete structures, soothing aquatic essence, diversified seating. Planting: Yucca, Palm trees, Irises, evergreen ground-cover species, Lavenders, Sempervivum, native and worldwide grasses.
“Present-day garden projects with heightened instancy, yet fully fledged and readily multifunctional.”
Style: a minimalist patio garden in Battersea for an art connoisseur. Design: two distinct outdoor spaces extended into further utilitarian zones, with materials analogous to an ultra modern interior. Features: fish pond, outdoor wine pantry, sculpture wall, fire features, bespoke troughs, hardwood deck, smooth sandstone paving. Planting: Lacy wire vine, European fan palm, purple Coral bells, mixed water plants.
“Transported daily with the sumptuousness of an Island seashore.”
Style: an exotic courtyard garden in Hampstead fusing water, natural materials and subtropical foliage. Design: three outdoor seating areas including dining, informal perching and an ornamental pool. Features: a floating Palm tree by a waterfall chute, triangulation of architectural trees, Ipe hardwood deck, grey limestone, multifunctional raised beds. Planting: Star jasmine climbers, Daylilies, Irises, Yellow groove and Black bamboo, Japanese maple, Mexican lilies and Blue palms.
“Specialised garden blueprints, interwoven through accessible style, arrayed by the clients with their favourite trends.”
Style: a contemporary family garden in Regent's Park as the focal point of an end-of-terrace townhouse. Design: four distinct outdoor areas, including a further roof terrace and front garden. Features: two-tiered bespoke granite waterfall with a reflecting pool, unique aperture benches, customised sandstone pavers, Ipe hardwood deck, curved, floating and recessed planting beds. Planting: Silver birch, Japanese maple, Eucalyptus, Palm and Strawberry trees, Agapanthus, Ferns, Yellow groove bamboo and New Zealand flax cultivars.