Fusion garden designs blend differing approaches and themes. It’s about seamlessly unifying otherwise divergent sensibilities. We can use it to modernise period architecture with sensitive yet contemporary garden designs. Conversely, we can also use fusion design to harmonise modern homes and more traditional garden ideas.
It’s a good choice for contemporary roof terraces. For a tranquil urban sanctuary, for example, we might draw on organic, flowing Japanese garden ideas. But we’ll create a modern garden design that softens, without hiding, the otherwise harsh lines of the building.
We might also draw on contemporary curved garden ideas to transform a Victorian small garden design. We can use curved seating, patios, or lawns to this effect. The idea might be to soften while integrating and even elevating, the square boundary walls of this period.
To get more of a feel for fusion design, see the Jonathan Taylor projects below.