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This 17th century thatched cottage had been recently extended to create a sheltered courtyard enclosed by the house on three sides.
The clients asked for an elegant space, suitable for entertaining (with room for a generous dining area), but robust enough to survive the attention of two lively dogs and the local wildlife.
The sound of running water, and an element of pebblework were specific requests (they loved Moorish gardens).
They were also keen that the design addressed the historical problem of the lowest part of the house flooding in times of heavy rain.
Water flows into the rill from a square water tank, via a pair of black steel spouts, and then spills into a lower pool (of the same dimensions) via a third spout.
The quadrants are bounded on two sides by formal borders planted with Phormiums, Agapanthus and Verbenas, edged with Lavander.
Specific projects, as well as many years experience as a Parish Councillor and (more recently) as the Parish Tree Warden for Grantchester have equipped him with the skills to be able to offer advice on aspects of: A Grade 1 listed Manor House on the western edge of London, with the oldest part (a four-bay Yeoman's Hall) dating back to the mid 14th century.The space is broken up by the square light well which gives on to the ground floor "winter garden".With such a large amount of brickwork and decking creating a heat trap, the main priority was to clothe the roof with planting, but also to create a functional "outdoor room" with spaces for relaxing and dining, and plenty of built-in storage.With this design, form is definitely driven by function: At the structural level, I used interlocking shapes to maximise the area for planting, while ensuring that there was still enough room to be comfortable when using the furniture, and that there was a generous amount of circulation space.When it came down to detail, I chose Timbertech, a composite timber/recycled plastic material, for both the deck boards and also the planters/cupboards.