"fabulous image.. the concept of integrating the office space with people`s needs in a holistic capacity & into the landscape could revolutionise how many `feel` about their work. As time progresses the landscape & gardens will become a much…"
"I find this rather odd that there is a drought potentiality for 2013.
Given the quantity of water present at this moment we are obviously letting this water flow away out of use. I would have thought reserves were restocking themselves quite well.…"
Garden & Landscape Designer,
Working in the industry for 10 years ,
Worked previously in the `Creative Arts` for a further 10 years, within the tv, film & theatre industry.
Experience as painter and working with sculpture, materials including : Acrylic on canvas, Clay, stone , Plaster,resin & metal.
Teaching myself photography.
Also very keen fruit & vegetable gardener ...spending any spare time attending to my vegetable garden.
Thanks Laara, when I have a little time spare, I will give you all a blog about my work there! It is truly a fascinating place - it was quite derelict when I started work there, and it has been such a joy to breathe life back into it. The gardens have been attributed to Harold Peto, as he and Ernest George were commissioned to design the house, but we have no firm proof. The gardens were established around the turn of the century, and there is a lot of archive pictures from that time as it appeared in Country Life several times between 1902 and 1956. Unfortunately (as is so often the case with large stately homes) by the eighties it had gone into hands of someone with little resources for or interest in the gardens so they fell into ruin.