A private rear garden in the historic village of Naseby, with challenging levels and consideration of neighbouring land and landscape character.
A contemporary scheme with abstract, rectilinear lines and a sweeping path to draw and overcome level changes.
Hard and soft landscaping elements in unison, with stainless steel features for visual interest and impact.
Design and planting plan to consider screening options without trees, choosing bamboo to create a swathe of height and form as an effective alternative.
The dramatic sweeping retaining wall defines the garden’s flow and brings a structural and visual line. Selection of architectural and contemporary box shapes and cloud topiary making bold statements throughout.
An established garden for outdoor living, entertaining and family enjoyment, with privacy protected, clean lines and a healthy combination of planted and structural elements.