• SKETCHES

    SKETCHES

    FROM QUICK SKETCHES TO MORE INTRICATE ONES
  • 2D LAYOUTS

    2D LAYOUTS

    USING SKETCHUP OR SIMILAR
  • 3D MODELS

    3D MODELS

    USING SKETCHUP OR SIMILAR
  • CAD

    CAD

    USING AUTOCAD OR SIMILAR, FOR MORE TECHNICAL LAYOUTS

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PERSONALISED DESIGN

Good design can make a big difference to what you get out of your space. By using conceptual sketching, master plans and 3D visuals; we can personalise each design to your particular brief and go through it with you before any work takes place.

We can provide a few options for you to choose from too, not just the one. Any changes necessary can be made as part of the design process until hopefully, we arrive at a design you’re happy with.

We will do our best to offer you new ideas, practical ideas, and generally use all of our experience to come up with the best options for you.

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QUALIFIED DESIGNERS

We have a qualified Landscape Architect with over 10 years experience designing gardens, as well as a designer with over 10 years experience in 2D lay-outs and 3D visuals. Between them they can design, go through with you and make changes to landscaping processes like planting plans, drainage systems, irrigation plans, lighting plans and structure plans, amongst others.

They can also put together 3D visuals for anything that’s custom-made for you, from a big iron pergola to a small water feature or fire pit for example.

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CASE STUDY:

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MAVRIX TECHNOLOGIES

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Mavrix Technologies is a subdivision company of the Betit group that provide marketing and technical development for the online gaming industry.

The brief provided was to create a simple contemporary rooftop garden using a series of modular planters.

The planters were kept on the edges of the rooftop, leaving the rest of the space free for desks and chairs.

Automatic irrigation wasn’t an option here so we chose containers that housed a built-in water reservoir, to minimise watering by hand.

The plants chosen were to offer windbreaks and screening, (to an extent) from the neighbouring building. They were also chosen to enhance the views from the rooftop, whilst keeping in line with a professional, working environment. They were plants that could put up with strong winds during the winter and strong, prolonged sunlight in the summer.