Our longest standing project is with Emmaus the homeless charity who enable people to move on from homelessness, providing work and a home in a supportive, family environment. This work supports the Community financially and enables residents to develop skills and rebuild their self-respect.
SURF Survivors Fund
We are also designing for SURF Survivors Fund who work to improve the lives of the Rwandan Survivors of Genocide. SURF acts as a channel to distribute financial assistance to groups, individuals and charitable organisations in the day-to-day operations of bringing the people of Rwanda hope, safety, and a decent standard of living.
We have recently begun working with Kids Company who provide practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children. Their services reach 14,000 children across London, including the most deprived and at risk whose parents are unable to care for them due to their own practical and emotional challenges.
Private Commissions 1.
A collection of small private gardens that need to accommodate a range of needs and desires.
Private Commissions 2.
A collection of medium sized gardens and their associated features which include a formal canal with an over arching flight of stairs.
Private Commissions 3.
A collection of garden designs which range from the cutting edge to the quirky, from the modern and minimalistic to the more traditional….
Chelsea Flower Show
Garden Soap is a landscape portrayal of popular culture. This Chelsea Garden features a ‘pub scene’ set as the central water feature, a peaked roofed terraced pergola and a marked shift in design from formal geometry to the more romantic flow of informal garden design.
BBC Gardeners World
Using the John Bunyan text as its inspiration, this garden takes the visitor from ‘Doubting castle to the Celestial City via House Beautiful, Vanity Fair and The River of Death. Symbolic reference to ones spiritual location on the pilgrimage are made using a broad palette of material.
St. Michael’s Hospice
We designed and built a healing garden for St. Michaels Hospice, Harrogate in 2009. Borrowed scenery informs and inspires this therapeutic garden design. This shot reminds us that ‘healing’ is fundamental to mankind’s relationship with Mother Nature.