Encountering a sloping garden full of weeds, the task on this landscape design project in Redbourn, Hertfordshire was to transform an unattractive, unusable space into something a little more inviting.
Due to the extremity of the slope, it was decided this garden should be built on two levels. Having seen a previous project of ours, the client wanted to incorporate a circular seating area into the lower section of the design.
Also within the brief were to be a separate patio and artificial lawn, part of a low maintenance approach to the garden overall.
Being we were working with a relatively small space, an asymmetrical design was chosen, making the most of the room available and adding a certain dynamism to the garden.
This would involve lots of angles, the only curves being found around the seating area, therefore precision was key to the build.
Currently the hard landscaping is complete, however there is a vital ingredient missing….the plants! We’ll be heading back in the spring to take care of this so look out for an update in the next few months. Once we get winter out of the way that is!