The finalists in The Society of Garden Designer (SGD) Awards have been announced.
The Awards, which were open to SGD Fellows (FSGD), Registered Members (MSGD), Pre-Registered and Student Members of the Society, received a fantastic response with over 80 designers submitting projects across the 12 categories.
Entries were open to projects with a practical completion period covering five years, reflecting the important contribution of time in the creation of landscapes. Submissions ranged from a 400-hectare public garden in northern Japan to small urban courtyards.
We are delighted that some of our professional members have also been short listed.
The brief for this 80sqm plot was to create a stylish, contemporary, family garden – with no lawn. Click here to read more and to see plants list used in this garden.
The brief was to develop a wildlife garden to provide the RSPB with an opportunity to communicate with the many visitors that already visit Flatford Mill. Click here to read more and to see the plants list used in this garden.
The brief for the garden was that it should be updated to reflect the clients’ taste and the classically contemporary styling of the interior of the house. Click here to read more and to see plants list used.
The brief was that it remained ‘natural’ and in keeping with the river while allowing space for mooring boats. Click here to read more and to see the plants list used in this garden.
Good luck to all!