A professional and widely respected garden designer
Gardens are designed to be in harmony with their setting and the architecture of the building. Pauls location in Cambridge has given him the opportunity to work on gardens ranging from contemporary roof terraces to large country gardens.
Classic & Traditional Designs
These gardens may be large a or small and will contain a lower proportion of hard landscape features and many more areas of informal planting. Hedges, topiary and round headed trees may feature and almost always there is lush green lawn.
These gardens are informal within a geometric framework invoking a calm and relaxed feel.
Modern & Contemporary Designs
Geometric hardlandscape, rendered walls, CorTen steel are amongst the features found in this style of garden. Planting can be naturalistic and informal as a contrast or evergreen and minimal.
These gardens enhance modern outdoor life, flowing out from the house and extending living and entertaining space.
My clients receive…
A bespoke garden design and build service. We are experienced in designing and managing projects from the smallest courtyard through to large country gardens. All our clients receive CAD generated colour drawings and an animated garden fly through 3d model.
With our links to various architectural practices we specialise in working from concept to realisation of large renovations and new build properties, working alongside developers and builders to interface installation of the external areas with the house build phases.
We are also able to work with developers large and small to create Landscape & Planting Plans, Plant & Maintenance Schedules and other documentation required for planning permissions.
Roof Terrace Design
An area of garden design we have extensive experience of working, these projects have their own unique challenges.
Styles can range from traditional courtyards to minimalist penthouse outside rooms and everything in between. These projects enhance relaxed external living and have the additional benefit of increasing biodiversity in often crowded urban areas.
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