With the living area of this town house being elevated, the garden needs to look good from above as well as when in it.
The geometric design leads the eye to the Buddha and acers were selected for their sympathetic relationship with the Buddha as well as for their stunning autumnal colour. White camelias line the back wall under pleached trees for privacy. The bench and table are bespoke concrete features and the cream porcelain paving looks similar to limestone. The lighting adds extra atmosphere in the evening and the boulders are fake.
Designed by Rosemary Coldstream and landscaped by Belderbos Landscapes.