Design for narrow back garden in Clontarf, Dublin 3. The brief for the garden design was as follows: New Patio Spaces taking existing level changes within the garden into account. Raised planters and Built in Garden Seating. Two mature Holly Trees to be retained and worked into design. New Pathways New Planting arrangement including fruit trees Garden Fire-PitHere is how the garden d

I was recently commissioned to design this long narrow garden in Clontarf, Co. Dublin. The Property had been renovated about 6 years ago with a new extension to the rear. The garden wasn't functioning as either an adult garden or a child friendly garden and both of these items were top priorities in my clients brief.The dramatic change in level from floor to garden of approx 1meter  posed a c

This is a concept that I put together a few years back for the Bloom Garden Festival in the Phoenix Park. Unfortunately sponsorship at the time was difficult to find so the garden remained an idea only and still sits on paper.So who knows, this garden design may have been a Gold Medal Award Winning Garden design for 2011!! But we are never to know. Perhaps someone can gain some inspiration and ide

Giving my clients options and different design ideas shows them that there is a thought process in the design of their garden. Inevitably there will be one garden design that will work and look best, however it is never instant and this design process must be carried out in order to reach the right design that will suit both the site and my client's requirements. [caption id="attachment_268"

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