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Step inside this tranquil garden oasis…

Geometrical boxes and symmetrical lines converge in a garden that matches the home’s modern features perfectly

Jacky Hobbs/GAP Interiors
Added 15:53 | October 20, 2016
  • The terrace and dining area is perfectly positioned to enjoy the symmetrical lines of this beautifully realised landscape design.

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  • When it came to the planting design, the landscapers opted for an almost entirely green palette.

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  • A formal structure is afforded by geometric box-edged beds softened with the lush planting of herbs and flowers.

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  • The garden’s precise lines, unobscured by colourful shrubs or plants, gives an overwhelming effect of calm and order.

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  • The garden also includes a more intimate space centred around a black marble pond.

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  • Silver birch trees line up with the internal divisions of the house, extending the grid of the overall layout inside and out.

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  • Seating is set within neatly clipped plants.

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  • The garden was designed to work with the symmetrical grid of the house.

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When The Glasshouse – the home of Trudy and Trevor Gibbons – was completed ten years ago, it was down to the garden design team, Sandler, to create a landscape that would complement the house’s modern architectural style. This was the stunning end result…

Jacky Hobbs/GAP Interiors

Jacky Hobbs/GAP Interiors