With wide views of the coast at Winchelsea, this Icklesham garden was created when three cottages were knocked into one. A level terrace and lawn area were built up and mixed hedging planted to shelter the garden from the prevailing wind.
This garden, situated in Langton Green, is steeply sloping and the client asked for an intermediate seating area linking the house and garden. The oval-shaped terrace was the most conducive for the space available and allowed us to provide the necessary access points.
Shown during construction, this garden at Ditchling, East Sussex, comprises a working potager, a porcelain terrace and a newly acquired wildflower meadow interspersed with mixed orchard trees. A natural pond has also been incorporated.
This terrace was carefully built around the existing mature Amur maple at this garden near Turners Hill, West Sussex. Using lintels to avoid disturbing the shallow roots, the tree provides good shade from the midday sun and is a beautiful feature – especially in Autumn.
This new build property in Chiswick, W4, is a stone’s throw from the River Thames. Shown during the final stages of construction and planting. We worked to a tight deadline before the property’s imminent sale.
Our client at Ashburnum, East Sussex, has a fine eye for detail and was keen to be involved in the design process from the start. With the backdrop of this wonderful tiled roof, we used York stone flags and cut peg tiles to create a central feature underfoot.
The garden sits above the valley at Horsted Keynes, West Sussex, where the steam trains run adding a special charm to this garden. We worked with the slope and created this terrace using local dry stone walling.