• Computer design of small town garden. Entertainment area and trampoline
  • Computer generated plan with specification details for garden construction
  • Small patio area with table and chairs separated from the garden by a screen covered in climbing plants
  • Arial view steps down to house and large tree fern and rabbit hutch under window
  • View down garden of rich planting, trampoline and patio area at the back of the garden
  • Long view garden showing screen separating dining area for adults and trampoline area for the children
  • Arial view towards house showing use large structural plants, screen to separate adult and child areas .
  • View up garden to house of large structural plants, tree fern, trampoline and rabbit hutch
  • View up garden past wooden screen and richly planted border to house and rabbit hutch
  • Arial view showing decking, screen, trampoline and the use of large structural plants
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  • View of garden and benches at the back before redesign
  • View of overgrown garden by house with old shed and rabbit hutch before redesign

Town Garden

This small town garden is approximately 12m x 5m wide and has a north aspect. During the summer months, there is a few meters of sunshine at the rear end of the garden. Currently a mish-mash of materials, levels and plants including 2 10m high oak trees, this garden is uninviting. 


The brief was to create a space where the children can enjoy a trampoline and the adults can enjoy a 'gin and tonic'. There is also the family rabbit who needs to be considered. 


With such limited space, it was important to include the trampoline in such a way that it was not overpowering. Further more, a partial filtered screening between areas of use, will give definition of space and allow all the family to use the garden at the same time. 


Bespoke Features and Elements:

Sunken trampoline with lawn covered lid

Rabbit hutch with tunnel run


Artificial lawn

Hardwood decking

Blue limstone paving

Key Plants for shade:

Dicksonia antartica

Variety of ferns

Acer palmatum 


Key Plants for Partial Sun:


miniture cherry trees

photinia 'red robin'


The clients will complete the garden themselves during the early part of 2013


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‘Great vision and not how we would have planned it. Separating the areas makes it feel bigger, I would have thought this would make it smaller. We are really happy with this design and look forward to constructing this space’