‘The Black Box Garden’ Moscow Festival of Gardens and People 2016

  The garden was called ‘The Black Box garden’ and was inspired by Kasimir Malevich’s famous ‘Black Square’ painting which represented a new language of art abandoning reality in favour of the simplicity of shapes and colour. .  As visitors entered the garden they descended a ramped path towards the black box Malevich pavilion. Either [...]

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‘Seeking Refuge’ Besiktas International Garden & Flower Festival Istanbul

The garden was called ‘Seeking refuge’ and represented how the terror of war forces people to flee their homes in search of safety and peace. To many the identity of the ‘refugee’ is faceless but through this garden I hoped people would contemplate the desperate need, fear and often the limited opportunities refugees are presented with. [...]

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The Frog Garden RH2

The brief from this Surrey based client was to provide outdoor entertaining space that wrapped around the rear of their property.  They loved sunshine and wanted a hint of the mediterranean in their garden.  They also had acquired a band of five performing, human scale, sculptural frogs that were in need of a prominent stage. [...]

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A hint of Majorelle N10

A client with Mediterranean heritage and a longing to bring light and colour into his North London garden. We took inspiration from a recent visit to Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech using intense, bold colours from the garden as accents, highlighting features and focal points and providing a dynamic contrast to a backdrop of lush planting, [...]

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The Remix garden SE1

We were invited to take part in a Cityscapes public garden installation project from August to October in 2013. Four new versions of Wilson McWilliam Studio’s Cloudy Bay Discovery Garden which appeared at RHS Chelsea Flower Show, re-materialised in the courtyard of the iconic OXO Tower Wharf on the South Bank of the Thames.  Materials [...]

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