This large Edwardian house had been untouched for many decades, with the architectural element involving the demolition and rebuilding of the three storey property with the addition of a contemporary extension and new basement.
Emma worked closed with the clients, architect and project manager on the re design of the garden. The rear garden was divided into two distinct spaces – one for relaxation, external cooking, and planting, with the other screened by shrubs and pleached hornbeam trees to provide a large space for outdoor sports, vegetable/ fruit growing and storage. The front garden was also re designed to provide simple, elegant and practical solutions to the hard landscaping and planting.
What our client had to say:
“We are delighted with the garden that Emma designed for us. From the start it was clear that she had listened very carefully and really understood our brief. As a result we have a beautiful looking garden, which is also practical, so is loved by both us and our kids!
We always felt that Emma really cared about the garden she was creating and she was a pleasure to work with. She worked particularly well with our architect and builder to produce a garden that was finished and looked fabulous from the moment we moved into the house.”