W i l l S c h o l e y
Growing up in rural Northamptonshire meant my connection to the outdoors was almost inevitable. Often spending time helping my mother in the polytunnel. After I discovered my love for wildlife and design, I went on to attain a degree in Horticulture and Garden Design. Eventually starting up my own business.
I find a lot of inspiration can be found from the natural landscapes and enjoy recreating the atmosphere, texture and structure experienced. Linking this approach with original or timeless hard landscaping makes for something beautiful.
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SENSE OF PLACE
When designing a garden, it's key to draw inspriation from the wider landscape and heritage of the site in order to create a clear sense of place, and the ongoing relationship it shares between wildlife and human interactions.
When implementing a design, all existing hard landscaping materials onsite are re-imagined or repurposed in order to reduce waste, lower the environmental impact, and reduce costs.