LANDSCAPE DESIGNER, FULL TIME, KENT, UK – 1st February The studio is currently looking to recruit a Landscape Designer to work on a range of projects. We are a highly regarded, award winning landscape design practice with a strong portfolio of on-going projects. Based at our studio in the countryside near Sissinghurst we focus on the South East but work countrywide with occasional projects abroad. Our expanding portfolio means
We are delighted to have won the Sussex Heritage Trust Award for Landscape & Gardens 2016. The award went to the Sheephouse in East Sussex. The judges commented that: “This is an exceptionally well thought out design of a new garden surrounding a 16th-century sheep barn converted into a dwelling in 1929. It sits in a stunning position on a hill spur overlooking the valley of the River Brede. The project made extensi
We are delighted to announce the Brede Valley garden was awarded the Supreme Winner of 2016 APL Awards. Built by Nathan Donovan of Frogheath Landscapes and his team, together with Steve Kingsford and John Philcox. The judges said: “It is a fabulous piece of landscaping work that has exquisite detailing especially within the planting. It is simply stunning fitting the house and its surroundings perfectly.” No garden is complete
Organised by the Kent Gardens Trust and in aid of the charity Gardening Leave, Marian will be talking about the influence of early 20th century artists and architects on gardens and landscapes. When: 6th November 2015 at 18:30 Location: Lenham Community Centre, Lenham, Maidstone ME17 2QT Cost: £25.00 will include canapés and wine before the talk Book online at www.kentgardenstrust.org.uk.
As the leaves turn with the onset of Autumn so does the conversation in the studio to that distinctive feeling of change in the air, practicalities of bareroot season planting and the importance of making time to observe the Autumn colour and key compositions in the garden. While walking the woods which make up a larger part of the grounds at Bailey Farm the striking paper thin burnt orange bark of an Acer griseum catches in t