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
We’re delighted to hear today that Marian Boswall Landscape Architects have been shortlisted for The Society of Garden Designers Awards 2015. Please take a look at the other fantastic finalists in all the categories on the SGD’s website here.
Our talented Sue Wilmot will be at RHS Hampton Court again this summer with ‘Mid-Century Modern’, a low cost high-impact garden with a £15k budget. Sue won a Gold last year with Adele Ford, another University of Greenwich student. She is also completing her Masters this summer, so we have brought in strong coffee and plenty of cakes!
A massive congratulations to Susan Willmott, part of the design team here at Marian Boswall Landscape Architects, who won Gold at this years RHS Hampton Court Flower Show. Susan was joint winner of the Student Design & Build 2011 competition run by Wyevale East nurseries, the prize being a spot in the Small Gardens category at Hampton Court. The garden, Coastal Drift, was entirely designed by Susan Willmott and Adele Ford,
“Two landscape architecture students from the University of Greenwich have upstaged the country’s best young design talent by winning the Canary Wharf Landscape Competition” We are very pleased to share the news that one of our design team, Alick Nee, was the joint winner of a national student competition organised by the Landscape Institute and Canary Wharf Group launched at the end of 2011. The single stage open ideas compe
Metamorphosis – Emerging Landscapes. Greenwich University’s Post-Graduate Landscape Architecture Students will exhibit their Finals projects at the Menier Gallery 22nd– 27th June 2009. This year’s exhibition combines the best of the moment design with the current concern for sustainable impact planning. From an Eco-town in Uganda, to a design for ‘Boris Johnson Airport’ in the Thames E