Bloom in The Park Medal Winner

The clean lines and whiteness of Bauhaus architecture influenced the design for my first ever Bloom in the Phoenix Park.

I wanted the architecture to be a somewhat neutral backdrop to an open air city garden where the plants and outdoor artworks could come gently to the fore. Over time this garden would slowly become more green than white. The pond reflects the ever changing sky with ripples created by the slow cascade of water. At the foot of this water feature is a miniature garden designed to give the rear patio a greater sense of space.

This garden won a silver medal in the medium sized garden category and was deemed by the Sunday Business Post review of the show to be the best minimalist garden in the whole show.

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Our Customers Say

A Room Outside

We wanted to create more of a room outside and that's exactly what Brian did for us. It doesn't feel like a patio on the outside of the house.

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Natural Planting and Year Round Colour

Brian's a very down to earth type of person and he was very easy to talk to.

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Peace of Mind and Reliability

We thought that Brian was the one for us, and he proved to be absolutely wonderful.

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