freemont landscape architecture garden design

garden design

freemont landscape architects works with private clients to design gardens based on simple, bold principles. Working from the heart of the house into the garden, and from the garden into the wider landscape, the practice works to a masterplan that integrates the house seamlessly into its surroundings and may include:

terraces: designed as an extension of the home, creating the threshold between indoors and outdoors.

courtyards: designed to form an outdoor room, sheltered but open to the sky and giving the benefits of both indoors and out.

gardens: creating outdoor spaces, working with the natural elements of light, climate, slope, soil, water and planting. They can be private living spaces for you to relax and unwind, spaces for play or a blend of both.

structures: designed as part of your garden masterplan, from potting sheds, greenhouses and summerhouses to garden rooms, home offices, barns, stables and garages. Also pool houses, swimming pools, tennis courts and sand schools, for which planning permission is often required.