Architectural landscape design


Contemporary, Award winning London & Oxford garden & landscape design practice.

We create unique, beautiful gardens across the UK


Our bespoke design service offers ‘concept to completion and beyond’ involvement and includes: outline design proposals, detailed tender packages for costing, planting schedules and sourcing, on-site monitoring of works, after care & maintenance.

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Selected projects

Old Barn, Oxfordshire

Old Barn, Oxfordshire


An architectural & contemporary garden for a family idyll

RHS Chelsea Show Garden 2009

RHS Chelsea Show Garden 2009


A wildlife garden with a contemporary edge

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Victorian Town House, North Oxford

Victorian Town House, North Oxford


Smart walled town garden for home-working professionals and family

Eco-House, Oxford

Eco-House, Oxford


An essay in green

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One-off Modernist House, Chilterns

One-off Modernist House, Chilterns


Bold design complements a unique contemporary house

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Walled Garden, Yorkshire

Walled Garden, Yorkshire


Evoking a feel of the country in a town garden

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“Because simplicity is always more profoundly elegant”



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Plant Tales No 2: Digitalis, 'Foxglove'

I'm passionate about foxgloves, in the right location they naturalise readily, they are easy to cultivate, the resulting varieties are rich in colour, stature and texture – I like the sophisticated rusty brown shades. These elegant plants have history, beauty, variety, a suspicion of danger and, being very attractive to... …read full post

Angus Thompson Design House Style: Why do people choose an Angus Thompson Design (ATD) garden above the myriad of options out there?

A good and important question, and whilst I’m probably on a hiding to nothing in trying to define a house style – since there are so many variables and one is never standing still – it is an interesting exercise none-the-less. Here goes! …read full post

Plant Tales 1: Anthriscus Sylvestris 'Cow Parsley'

I fell in love with cow parsley as a boy. I knew it as a common weed and, running amok in our garden woodland, it was considered anything but precious. My brother and I would cut linking pathways through it – an early exploration into garden design? We used hazel... …read full post

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