Garden Design and Planting Projects - London
Scott Lawrence Garden Design specialises in transforming disfunctional, unattractive spaces into functional, attractive gardens - full of interest to surprise and delight throughout the year.
Some of our recent garden designs
Garden Design - Roof Terrace Roehampton
Garden Design - Barnes London.
Wandsworth Garden Design.
This Wandsworth garden design was created on 3 existing levels in the garden. The client brief was to include seating for 4 to 6 people, a sunbathing area and a place to sit and read.
A series of raised steps appear from out of pool to lead to the quite reading area for relaxation.
From the house, two water blades directly inline with each give the illusion water is flowing from the top of the garden to the lower level.
Listed Building Garden Design - Barnes London.
Just some of the features of this garden include a 2.1 metre diameter sawn Yorkstone moongate, a 12 metre rose arch, two sunken areas, one for dining the other a "snug" area with fireplace, childrens play area and pleached trees for privacy. A full write up and pictures will follow for this prestiguous project.
An extension of the previous sunken area to allow for seating for 18 - 20 people. A large bespoke stacked slate water feature provides a focal point whilst newly planted climbing plants will soften the wall and provide colour and scent.
A beautiful piece of bespoke sculpture from David Harber " The Light Sorceress" provides the focal point for this garden situated behind the Yorkstone Moongate. Apart from its obvious beauty this piece if both a sun and moondial.
Modern Garden Design, Battersea, South West London
The brief for this garden design in Battersea was to create a dining area for 6, a morning bench to enjoy coffee, ample storage, BBQ, low maintenance but interesting planting all with a modern / contemporary feel. The garden is approximately 5 x 8m and is built on 2 levels, this could not be changed.
Back Patio Garden Design, London
This patio garden in Barnes, London was a complete redesign. The clients (owners of 2 dogs and now adult children) wanted rid of the muddy lawn and in its place a spacious outdoor room to extend an otherwise tiny, recently downsized home.
Having spent a good deal of time getting to know the habits and preferences of the couple, we decided to seperate the garden into 2 parts - part one: to enjoy their morning coffee and newspaper, close enough to the house to hear the radio and part 2: to dine in the setting sun at the far end of the garden. These two areas were then seperated by a living bamboo hedge.
The low maintenance borders, resistent to resting dogs, were planted with a tropical theme; perfect for this sun-trap of a South London garden.
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