22nd April 2014
In the right place, Vertical Gardens are like living tapestries that bring drama and theatre to a space by hiding an overbearing wall, and using its height to bring green scale to the area. The other reason designers like to use Vertical Gardens is because they are efficient at giving all these benefits to a space yet only taking up approximately 300mm width, depending on what system you use. There are a few systems to choose from on the market, though in the end, it’s the fact that it is structurally sound, the correct height, and that the installation method...
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5th June 2014
Adding a piece of sculpture, no matter what the size of your garden, is like adding the finishing touch. It completes it, and reinforces your overall concept/feeling for the garden. It informs the visitor of your aim for the house and garden so choosing a suitable piece is critical.
Although placing sculpture in your garden is a personal thing to do there are certain guidelines you should stick to.
Generally I like to use sculptures that are made from materials, like steel, bronze, stone or timber. These undergo the aging process over time...