A Contemporary Family Garden in Manchester

Before and after images always tell a story. When we show finished images of a wonderful new garden, few people get a good idea of the amount of work involved and the hours of design and preparation that goes into the finished project.…

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Contemporary shapes cut from ancient stone

This garden is high in the Pennines, so it will be enjoyed mostly in the summer, when the rest of the year’s extreme weather conditions have tired themselves out. Within this contemporary design, we have used local, natural materials to complement the client’s traditional stone cottage, creating an aesthetically appealing synthesis of age-old materials and modern design.…

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Northern Design Awards 2013: We are Finalists!

We are thrilled to announce that we have been chosen finalists in the Northern Design Awards 2013.

We are up for the Best Residential Landscaping Award, which is so exciting! Judging will be decided on 22nd November, so watch this space for updates.…

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..after!

You’ve seen plenty of photos of our schemes being designed and built, but it’s rare that you get to see the scheme once it’s been worn in and has made itself at home. Here’s the garden we designed for Inderjit in London, being enjoyed in style!…

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How to ‘see’ your ideal garden before it’s built

Our design process starts with a rough sketch. This is sent out to the client within a week of our original survey. We then meet with the client and brainstorm, making any changes that need to be made. Next we go away and finish the design, working it forward using AutoCAD to produce a 3D plan or 2D scale plan. This can then be presented to the client for feedback. Once we have this as a blueprint, our AutoCAD technician Matt creates a visual, which will bring the scheme to life, and means the client can truly imagine what their scheme will look and feel like. Here’s one of Matt’s atmospheric and highly realistic designs, below.…

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