Metamorphosis Design


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Annie Pearce skriver på hjemmesiden om sin egen tilgang til haveverdenen:

"I began to get really interested in gardens when I bought my first home in Bristol - a time when I literally and metaphorically put down roots - and where I designed and planted my first ever garden, It was a lovely walled garden, inspired by the wonderful gardens of Rosemary Verey and Penelope Hobhouse. Traditionally laid out with old flagstones and filled with herbs, perennials and roses, it was a charming, romantic space that I missed greatly when I moved to London.

However, in every sense, it was time to move on, so in my next home, I designed a more contemporary outdoor space. Inspired by Beth Chatto’s stunning garden in Colchester and the naturalistic planting schemes of Dutch garden designer, Piet Oudolf, I created an atmospheric garden full of movement and light, captured throughout the year by the grasses I’d grown to love.

By this time I could no longer ignore my abiding passion for architecture and gardens so I decided to re-train as a garden designer at Capel Manor. It was a truly inspirational time for me and my eyes were opened up to a new way of looking at gardens and how they can transform people’s lives. So with a head full of ideas and a passionate desire to create beautiful gardens that would hopefully touch all my clients’ senses, I set up my garden design practice in South London in 1998. Over the next few years I worked throughout London with a wide range of clients, honing my skills and creating gardens that resonated not only with their desires, but also mine: a desire for simple, honest spaces that work seamlessly with our homes, their interiors and our personal lifestyles ……. where attention to detail is key..."




4 kommentarer:

Katinka Raabymagle sagde ...

Så delikat og fintfølende i udtryk! Gid jeg kunne træde indenfor i billederne...for der er virkeligt nogle detaljer jeg godt gad stikke min næse i:0)

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Lone sagde ...

Ja, trods det synes at være et meget simpelt haverum, så er der nemlig mange skønne detaljer.
Både i plantevalg, belægning og inventar :-)

Frøken Solhat sagde ...

SMUK SMUKT SMUKT........hvis bare koreakornel var mere hårdfør her i landet....den er da fantastisk smuk.

Anonym sagde ...

- og kom så ikke her og påstå, at man ikke kan lave moderne romantiske haver. Både stærkt og følsomt i al sin enkelhed.
Tak for det Lone

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