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November 2015

Case Study: The modern curved garden

By | Modern

The design captures the gentle sway of a valley, guiding the eye in a smooth and fluid motion. As you can see, there is a smooth arch which is wider near to the house, and which narrows towards the end of the garden. This effect enables the eye to travel further than it would normally, if only moving from the front of the garden to the back.

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Case Study: the modern Edwardian garden

By | Natural

Edwardian Gardens can be the most challenging to design. If the garden looks very formal with too much topiary then it could look more Victorian than Edwardian. We have used pleached trees which frame the design, and the box balls have been used to soften the squares and make the garden look more informal.

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