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Contemporary Garden Design

A lush garden to compliment this art deco house

ANOTHER FLYOVER VIDEO FROM PHILIP NASH DESIGN! The garden we are featuring today is garden designed to compliment a stunning art deco refurbished house in Gerrards Cross. The building has very strong clean lines including the all-important art deco curves which is fitting of this period of architecture. This needed to be translated into the landscape and was the starting …

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Flowing Lines Garden Design

Our gardens from above!

We’ve been having a fantastic time filming some of our gardens with a drone. It gives a totally different perspective on the gardens. Its really great to see them “from a birds eye view”! From the designers point of view its rewarding to see, as one gets to see the “plan view” imprinted on the landscape – which one doesn’t …

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Our Houzz Pro Profile goes live!

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Quality Plant Sourcing Service

On returning from a successful plant sourcing trip to Italy, we’d like to share a few photos and highlight the importance of our specimen plant sourcing service. Quality plants are one of the main elements that really make a project shine. Including beautiful specimen or key plants within your scheme is pivotal to that top-end finish that designer and clients …

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When To Get Your Garden Designed

When to design your garden

When is it the best time of year to commission a design for your garden? Several factors fundamentally influence the timelines: 1. Finding a Landscape garden designer who inspires you and gives you confidence he/she can achieve creating whatever style of garden you are looking for. 2. Once appointed, the design process itself. After the initial meeting and once the …

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Olympic Park Landscape & 2012 Gardens

I couldn’t wait to see the Olympic park in all its late summer glory when I visited for the 2012 Paralympic Games. Its been a long time coming and I remember browsing round Landscape Architecture Masters Exhibitions 4 years ago, where many of the students had chosen the Olympic park as their Masters design project. It was finally time to …

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Water Feature Design – 5 top tips for a successful garden water feature

Water is such an important element in a garden.  The sound of water both cascading strongly or moving slowly over natural rock is so soothing. It provides a great ambience. Things to think about when deciding what kind of water feature would be best for you: 1.   What space do you have?    Water can be incorporated into any …

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Contenporary Garden Water feature

Contemporary Garden Water Features

The challenge, as with so many ‘contemporary’ garden features, is to design a water feature that looks original, has clean lines, works, and is easy to maintain! Water, such a desirable element, can be unpredictable, particularly when designing a new concept, or employing a familiar construction method but in an exposed environment, such as a roof garden or a roof …

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Stop Press! – Promotion to Mark our new Website Launch

We are very excited to announce the launch of our new website.   To mark this occasion, we are running a promotion for the months of February and March 2012.  We are offering 20% off all design fees and free consultations. Enquiries from all countries are eligible for the discount. All size residential projects as well as commercial / business …

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Gardens for All Seasons

I popped down to Wisley on a frosty chilly morning and the winter displays were wonderful! So I thought I would share with you the great winter structure that is out there if you leave it on display long into the winter months. Various shapes and textures are a must when designing for all season interest.  Frosty mornings like this …

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