The clients were demolishing an existing swimming pool that had taken up the end half of their garden. This part of the garden had to be re-designed to flow seamlessly with the existing, unaltered end of the garden. A new workshop / summerhouse was needed and new sound proofing fencing to reduce noise from the railway which runs at the back of the garden.

Cottage style planting is combined with bold structure.  The garden has a mature Yew tree at its centre, which was retained and used as a basis for some new Yew cubes running down the garden.  Two new multi-stem birch trees sit amongst a sculptural planting of box spheres inter-planted with mound-forming plants. This garden was planted in Autumn 2011 and is already coming on well.



"The garden has been a delight and a joy to come down to every morning and to return to in the evening after work.
I am lucky enough to spend my days analysing works of art but to have a beautiful garden to gaze upon makes me feel even luckier.
Thank you for all your design inspiration."