Victorian semi-detached house

Client: Single. No children. Works long hours
Hobbies: art and leisure, cooking
Garden: Long and narrow - rough lawn. Very sunny site,but overlooked
House: brick-terraced semi, slate roof
Design: Contemporary Classic, radiating oak pergola, herb garden, entertaining allee with chill out zone linked to the new garage

Materials: Oak, Cotswold stone, Black Limestone, Steel

Before

This long and narrow garden was mainly lawn with no defining features. The client had recently erected a new garage at the furthest end and was keen to create an entertainment garden for him and his fun loving mates.

The New Garden

Concrete walls were faced with hand cut cotswold stone with inset diamond niches to hold mirrors and candle-lights. An oak pergola radiate's from the kitchen/lounge around the main eating area. Steel winds throughout.

The Grassroots team pulled off what has been merited as one of the most inspiring design concepts for such a confined space. The client was especially thrilled by the imaginative use of natural materials combined with contemporary steel and artwork.