A contemporary garden design which passed adjudication by the Society Of Garden Designers is influenced by Piet Mondrian reflected in strong intersecting lines and a strict adherence to vertical and horizontal form to create a sequence of rooms within the domestic size garden complemented by architectural planting, evergreen hedges, pleached trees and grasses.
An existing rear facing breakfast terrace was enlarged and remodelled. Contemporary white rendered walls and a glass balustrade connects the house to the outside giving views onto a lower sun deck. Nestling into the rear is a new garden office and summer house. The rear of the garden was lengthened with the introduction of a new stone wall along a rear embankment and stone seating around a Corten steel fire pit. A small contemporary Japanese garden with stepping stones within black basalt gravel leads visitors into the rear garden through Japanese acers and ground cover ferns and grasses from the side of the house. At the front, new bullnosed sandstone steps and radial setts provide an elegant setting to the front door with a new crushed silver grey gravel driveway.