Designers: Marcus Barnett and Philip Nixon
The Savills garden is private and enclosed. The entrance is framed by trees that lead onto a polished concrete pathway. The geometry of the path then meanders through trees and perennial planting, consisting of grasses and foliage plants.
Designer: Cleve West
The Saga Insurance Garden celebrates the migration of plants around the world, in particular focussing on hardy and half-hardy herbs that can be grown in the UK and how they might be used in a contemporary space.
Designer: Dean Herald
This garden is a tailored space that has been designed to give the complete Australian experience. The barbeque space is taken to a new level with a fully functional outdoor kitchen, a relaxed lounge space and a kids play area.
Designer: Tom Stuart-Smith
The Telegraph Garden is a study in contrast between simplicity and complexity. It contrasts a minimal asymmetric plan with materials, surfaces and planting of rich patina and texture.
Designer: Sarah Eberle in collaboration with Andrew Herring
This garden is a contemporary space incorporating hard landscaping and textural planting. The garden is bordered on two sides by high walls, intended to be monolithic and create privacy as well as a visual anchor.
Designer: Chris Beardshaw
The Chris Beardshaw Wormcast Garden recreates in all its original glory a quintessentially English garden.
This pouffe are a cross between a piece of furniture and a musical instrument. It is a humoristic piece of furniture that makes different cow sounds when you sit on it.
Designer: Fido industridesign
Equilibrium is a work chair for balanced movement. The chair looks lighter than other similar products, while the hugging back provides a sense of security.
Designer: Martin Otto Fougner
The toothpaste dispenser Glenn is distinctive and innovative. he dispenser has been designed to stay standing on the sink. Although it was primarily designed for children, it is suitable for everyone.
Designer: Lena Holmström & Marianne Nagell
While the two parts of the main body move differently when the head of the lamp is moved up and down, the head always remains parallel to the surface, and the shade gives asymmetrical lighting.
Designer: Isao Hosoe