coastal garden designer sussex uk

Coastal garden, Brighton

The design has created synergy between the interior and exterior of this modern coastal seafront home.

Dyke Road Avenue, Hove

This client’s front of house is quite grand looking and needed an entrance area to match, with formal screening from the road.

Dyke Road Avenue Hove
Urban Garden design sussex

Urban city garden

Our client wanted a fire for cold evenings, which could also be used as a BBQ and be a focal point from the house. Two bench areas to entertain, double up as sun loungers and easy to maintain plants & trees with a Philips Hue lighting scheme.

Tenerife hotel design

Contemporary design of pergola arches to mark the new resort entrance and corten steel materials and tones of black used to represent the islands stunning landscape colours and textures.
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coastal garden designer sussex uk

Modern garden design

Build starting in October 2020, this garden of a 60’s town house, will have a lovely hardwood decking, a modern pergoda for shelter to relax and enjoy the garden, some beautiful modern sawn sandstone designed with detail and trees to attract wildlife.

Contemporary garden

The clients recently refurbished their house in a modern contemporary style and were now wanting to, complete the outside with trees and planting, to give them some privacy from surrounding neighbours and an outside fire to keep them warm on the cooler evenings.

Park Avenue Hove
Dyke Road Avenue Hove

New build house gardens

Creating something new is always so satisfying when working with a blank canvas.

Small garden design

A city garden is typically quite small, so making the most of every bit of space is so important. 3D visuals for the space, help so much to see what it could look like.
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Elizabethan Coach House Sussex

Elizabethan coach house, Sussex

The client’s house is a Grade II Elizabethan coach house, once owned by Thomas Pelham, recently refurbished internally, to a modern contemporary style.

They wanted the garden to be more on the formal side, with sets of rooms and to be able to take in the surrounding rural views.

Sunken garden, Victorian house, Hurstpierpoint

The clients wanted the design to be for their daughter’s needs in particular. The eldest likes to sit in the sunshine and the youngest child has cerebral palsy, so the space needs to be accessible for her wheelchair, but also an interesting area for her to hide. The parent’s love to entertain and want an area to sit in.

sunken garden, vctorian house, hurstpierpoint