This design aims to integrate the garden with both the new architecture and the surrounding Suffolk landscape by referencing and blending the rural character and geometry of each.
Closest to the house, the garden layout echoes the geometric order of the architecture. To the south, the garden takes on the arrangement of local, historic arable field patterns. A sense of place is emphasised and celebrated throughout the design.
Planting is naturalistic, with native hedgerows, trees and herbaceous planting referencing the local landscape and embracing the seasonal changes of the surrounding arable countryside.