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The Most Beautiful Cinematic Gardens

The Most Beautiful Cinematic Gardens

Films have long been a source of inspiration since they were first created. They offer a visual escape to lose yourself for an hour or so. We’ve gathered some of our favourite films that feature beautiful, high end gardens to inspire your own future plantings.  Pride And Prejudice (2005) No matter which remake of Jane...

Inspired By The Most Famous Gardens from Around The World

Inspired By The Most Famous Gardens from Around The World

At garden studio, the stories you tell during our early conversations with you inspire bespoke gardening​ concepts that will later re-emerge within the gentle forms of your garden. Here are the stories behind some of the most famous gardens around the world to inspire you. Villa d’Este, Italy Designed in 1550 by architect, painter, landscaper...

Landscape and Cinema

Landscape and Cinema

The sound of rain on pavement, breeze lifting muslin drapes and disarranging curls of hair, birds calling in the morning sun, cicadas en masse in the heat of the day, avenues...

An Australian Garden?

An Australian Garden?

Art from the Warlayirti community of Balgo Hills WA was until recently hung in the corridor between the main body of the Art Gallery of South Australia and its restaurant/café...

Garden as Biography

Garden as Biography

Here we address issues in a theatrical format which respond to your life narrative – passions, childhood, cultural background, sufferings, travel experiences. An antidote for a troubling past or a vehicle for optimism!

Life is Messy!

Life is Messy!

I was recently given a shaving kit¹; badger bristle shaving brush, classic butterfly wing double sided razor and beautifully fragrant...