Kim Wilkie

Kim Wilkie’s designs are united by the desire to tell a story — whether designing a landscape in London, Moscow or Pennsylvania, he seeks to bring out the inner meaning of his locations. ‘Each place has its own special character… Read More

Jo Thompson

Jo Thompson Landscape & Garden Design

‘The beauty of exterior space is that it is constantly changing. The space is rigid but because nature is nature, the plants change. I like strong, simple, geometric frameworks, but with planting that is informal,’ East Sussex-based designer Jo Thompson… Read More

Andy Sturgeon

Andy Sturgeon established his East Sussex-based firm in 1988, building a dynamic practice with commissions all over the UK, as well as in Hong Kong. Perhaps his most famous creation was his 2016 Telegraph Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show…. Read More

Tom Stuart-Smith

‘Making a garden for yourself is very different from doing it for someone else. So much of the pleasure is to do with the coaxing and tending, the daily observance of small details, and the accumulation of change over the… Read More

Dan Pearson

Dan Pearson Studio

‘We aim to create timeless spaces, which encourage people to connect with nature by producing beautiful, inspiring environments that encourage contemplation and self-reflection,’ says Dan Pearson. He was recently appointed lead project designer for Dartington Hall Gardens, a Grade II-listed… Read More

Piet Oudolf

The dutch designer Piet Oudolf aims for ‘a complicated layering of seasonality, energy, endurance and reward — both before, during and after flowering’, in his gardens. One of the leading figures in the New Perennial movement, Oudolf’s gardens achieve a… Read More

Robert Myers

Robert Myers Associates

In 30 years, Robert Myers has built an extensive, varied portfolio of designed landscapes. He is noted for his private gardens, such as Eardisley Park in Herefordshire, Tregothnan in Cornwall, Knight’s Court, Clerkenwell, and Rockingham Castle, Leicestershire. His skill lies… Read More

Arabella Lennox-Boyd

‘I like mystery and excitement in an ordered space, which is why I don’t like gardens that immediately present themselves to you,’ Arabella Lennox-Boyd has told House & Garden. In the 1960s, she studied landscape architecture before setting up her… Read More

Luciano Giubbilei

Luciano Giubbilei is nothing if not precocious. Setting up his own business in 1997, by the age of 26 he had designed a large garden in The Boltons, Chelsea — a design of exemplary calm and formal beauty. His practice… Read More