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