This portfolio illustrates the diverse range of schemes Landform installs and the huge assortment of skills our construction team offers. With these domestic garden installations, our attention to detail is evident in the quality of our work.

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This brand new eco house by Bau Fritz has a fully sustainable garden and landscape to suit. It is a complex detailed build, using traditional materials from knapped flint & brickwork to ethically and sustainably sourced Indian sandstone on the terrace. Mill board decking and green oak also feature in the garden. Features include a bog-garden, a curved feature wall, a green oak kitchen garden and entrance steps.

Type: Domestic

Location: Near Alton, Hampshire

Designer: Hannah Genders

Courtyard Gardens, Hampstead

Designed by John Davies, who was among the first students at the London College of Garden Design. Davies won Best Up and Coming Designer at 2015 SGD awards. The project is a collection of gardens and a courtyard for six new homes in Hampstead, London. Landform won the prestigious Supreme Winner Award for this project at the Association of Professional Landscapers (APL) Awards 2015.

Type: Domestic

Location: Hampstead, London

Designer: John Davies


Type: Domestic

Location: Hampstead, London

Designer: Stephen Woodhams


A small family garden in South London, with a water feature and a hidden children's sand-pit. APL 2016 Award Winner in Project Value £35,000 – £60,000 category Client comment: "We were delighted to hear that your excellent work on our garden won the £35-£60k category for the APL Awards. This is great recognition for the project which was executed superbly by your team."

Type: Domestic

Location: Lambeth, South London

Designer: Robert Myers

Sopwell House Hotel

Enclosed by pleached hornbeam trees, yew hedging and bespoke woven oak fences, access into the Mews is via automated steel gates designed by Ann-Marie Powell Gardens. The private gardens include sole-use terraces for many of the suites (many of them including hot-tubs), a communal zone with spa including a waterwall and jets, alongside sculpture, bespoke urns, Manutti furniture and exquisite lighting after dark.

Type: Hotel Garden

Location: St Albans

Designer: Ann-Marie Powell


This enclosed private garden was constructed by Landform. The construction involved bespoke Corten steel steps leading to a raised garden area.

Type: Private Garden

Location: Kensington, London

Designer: Sarah Price

Old Brompton

Large private garden bringing together different styles of planting. Mature Olive & Birch trees were craned into the garden

Type: Private garden

Location: Old Brompton, London

Designer: Darryl Osada


These formal style, minimalist front and rear gardens were installed by Landform and included construction of retaining walls to form the large rear terrace overlooking the extended garden. Roof-top London Plane trees and Buxus domes feature on the rear terrace

Type: Private Garden

Location: Wentworth Estate, Surrey

Designer: Luciano Giubbilei

South Kensington

APL Supreme Award Winner 2007*APL Award Winner 2007 for Garden Construction Contract Over £50,000 *This minimalist garden features an Andrew Ewing designed water feature and beautiful multi-stem Amelanchier lamarckii trees

Type: Private Garden

Location: South Kensington, London

Designer: Luciano Giubbilei

Holland Park

BALI Principal Award Winner for Domestic Garden Scheme, Construction Cost Over £100,000 *BALI Principal Award Winner for Best Use of Lighting*Photography by Steven Wooster

Type: Private Garden

Location: Holland Park, London

Designer: Luciano Giubbilei

Gibraltar Commonwealth Park

The client for this project was the Government of Gibraltar; the brief was the design and creation of the first public park in Gibraltar since the Alameda was opened in 1816. The design of the park had to link back to its British roots and have a colonial feel with the following elements included; a large open grass area, a bandstand, a formal water feature and an informal water feature. These elements had to reflect traditional British parks and values as well as creating a Mediterranean atmosphere. The client also wanted to include Mediterranean Oak and other large specimen shade trees. The design of the park needed to be sympathetic to the multifunctional use that was expected of the space, as well as making it an environmentally aware and sustainable park.

Type: Public Park

Location: Gibraltar

Designer: Nilufer Danis