In every setting we can find clues and references on how we might go about designing the land. A landscape that enters into dialogue with its context is often richer than a landscape designed in isolation. Through a sensitive process of interpretation and abstraction, new landscapes can be created that are in sympathy with the cultural and physical identity of the setting.     

In today’s digital information-based society we are exposed to a continual stream of rapid communications and distractions. The need for zones of calm and contemplation is on the rise. Designing with simplicity and restraint, gardens can be created that provide space for the mind as well as the body.

Ultimately landscape architecture is about creating places of beauty. Whilst acknowleding contemporary style and fashion, a successful landscape is often characterised by a timeless elegance.