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Design & Landscape Portfolio

View six properties whose gardens have been transformed by Pantiles. Please select a portfolio for project information and photographs.

> Windy Heights
Set in 2 acres of mature woodland setting, within a prestigious private estate. Their newly-built 'Huf-Haus' is a pre-fabricated, precision-manufactured building from Germany. Cutting edge in design, this highly modern wooden structure is glass fronted on all sides and its elevated position commands stunning views of the Surrey countryside.



> Beale Park
Beale Park comprises some 400 acres of beautiful parkland and water meadows along the banks of the Thames and is famous for its bird sanctuary which houses many rare and endangered species from all over the world. As part of some major redevelopments four new large aviaries have been built.



> Heyst
Our brief was to create a low maintenance paved garden, with heat-tolerant planting that is animal friendly. Plants needed to be in easy to manage or raised beds, to allow care by a mature person with limited mobility. We were also asked to create sitting areas in both sun and shade. Because of the future possibility of wheelchair access, it was important to create a level garden.



> River Bend House
An existing courtyard has been rejuvenated in accordance with the clients brief asking for a pond and a place to sit and view their fish. The garden measures approximately 13 metres by 10 metres and was originally enclosed on two sides by an old brick wall, with a wooden fence on the remaining boundary.



> Spice Merchant
Together with the refurbishment of the restaurant and the building of a new conservatory to enlarge the seating area, the look and function of the rear garden went through a complete re-think. Mainly for personal use, but with the possibility of extra-seating for customers in mind, the idea was to create a scenery to be tasted and enjoyed by people sitting in the newly built conservatory.



> Flushing Meadows
The area designed is a large border running the length of the newly constructed wall and driveway. Fan trained fruit trees are growing onto the brick panels of the wall, and they form the backbone of the planting scheme together with architectural foliage plants, like Phormiums and Yuccas.