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Private Garden


September 2017

This private garden has been designed for a client who desired a tranquil space for reflection and relaxation.

The timber pathways lead you past seating handcrafted from black concrete to a jewel like turquoise pool. A pavilion made from a variety of woods gives a gradient of colours from sycamore through to a charred black timber.
Bold architectural planting merges seamlessly with existing trees, giving the garden structure and creating a sense of being removed from the outside world.

Garden Visual by Rendered Image http://www.renderedimage.uk/


October 5, 2017
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The Botanical Studio Garden


Silver- Gilt medal. Hampton Court Flower Show 2016

Designed by Jade Goto for Crabtree & Evelyn, The Botanical Studio Garden allows the naturally curious to discover a fragrant experience that goes beyond the visual joy of plants and flowers.

The garden is planted in tiers to represent the base, heart and top notes of the classic perfume structure.

The striking mono-planting of each species is evocative of the expansive and singular planted perfume fields of Grasse, Provence. Within these raised planters the simplicity, fragrance and beauty of the single ingredient is celebrated.

At the heart of the garden is The Botanical Studio; a modern day “Still Room” constructed from glass. Here the perfumer can be seen practicing her art whilst transforming nature’s abundance into beautifying riches.

Garden Visual by Rendered Image http://www.renderedimage.uk/

Thank you to Garden House Design & Designer London for the use of images.


August 1, 2017
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The Lifeboat House


Summer 2017

As part of this beautiful Lifeboat house restoration project, we were asked to design the outside courtyard and terrace. Originally built in 1874 and in use until 1930, we wanted to reflect the sites history through our use of materials. To do this we created Corten plant beds to reference the large steel gates that originally stood on the site. These were then filled with shingle similar to that found on Worthing beach.


April 15, 2017
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The Infinity Box


July 2017

The mirrored walls of the Infinity Box reflect a spectacular and seemingly endless architectural jungle. Playing with spatial illusion, the clean design multiplies and expands the vista into infinity.

Large oaks that had fallen across the estate have been used to create the striking wooden planters. Tropical plants grown within Borde Hill’s glass houses have been relocated and positioned to complement and draw upon the lofty palms and foliage in the surrounding gardens.

The garden within the Infinity Box is a permanent installation at Borde Hill Gardens, designed by Jade Goto.

 


April 1, 2017
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