Design and Restoration
An 18th century Dublin Garden was redesigned to compliment the properties original era. An old orchard had given an abundance of apples each year and two trees were preserved during build. The Garden walls were restored to conservationists specification repairing in dehydrated hydraulic lime. During Landscaping the walls were recapped in granite which was originally quarried locally from Dalkey.
A modern take on a classical Design. For this front garden in Rathgar a contrast of Granite and Limestone paving was used to create a cool entrance to property. Complemented by Buxus and Lavender planting the Garden is lit up with LED lighting to automatically illuminate garden during twilight. A classical Garden with modern features in Dublin 6. Garden was Awarded Merit of Distinction for Landscaping in 2013
A parterre front Garden in Ranelagh was restored to fomer glory during complete restoration of property in Dublin 6. Featured in the Irish Times Property section the Garden was noted for its 'Period Design complementing Houses Original Era'. The Garden was also recognised by The Association of Landscapers of Ireland for Landscaping in 2013 achieving Merit of Distinction for Small Private Gardens.