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Drawing inspiration from a wide range sources: the landscape, architecture, art and design, we produce award winning design solutions for private and commercial landscapes and gardens.

Working with the individual character of your site, be it small urban garden, or expansive rural landscape, we can help you achieve your aspirations for your outside space.  

Based in Richmond Upon Thames, we work across the UK and further afield if requested. Please get in touch if you would like to discuss any landscape or garden design project.

Tom Massey Biography

Tom Massey grew up in London and currently runs his design practice from a base in Richmond Upon Thames. Although a relative newcomer to the industry, Tom’s work has already won him multiple industry awards and widespread recognition. At 31 years old Tom has been hailed as an ‘exciting young designer’ and ‘one to watch’. 

Tom graduated from the London College of Garden Design in July 2015 with distinction and the ‘External Judge’s Prize’; an award given by RHS Gold Medal winning designer Jo Thompson, who praised his work for its scope, ambition and individual style. 

In 2015, Pro Landscaper magazine named him as one of the inaugural ’30 Under 30’; thirty people under thirty years of age who show outstanding potential within the landscape industry. In January 2016 Tom won both the residential and commercial design categories of the ‘Society of Garden Designers - Student Awards’.

In July 2016 Tom was awarded an RHS Gold Medal and ‘Best Conceptual Garden’ for his first show garden at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show - The UNHCR ‘Border Control’ Garden was designed in collaboration with John Ward, for the UN Refugee Agency. Tom returned to RHS Hampton Court in 2017 with a garden for the charity Perennial, which focused on the powerful affect plants can have on mood and well-being. The garden was awarded an RHS Silver-Gilt medal. 

Tom is currently working on a large show garden that will appear on Main Avenue at the world renowned RHS Chelsea Flower Show in 2018. The garden is designed to improve the lives of a community of refugees living in Domiz camp in Northern Iraq. Tom has also been invited to design a garden for the 2018 Singapore Garden Festival set in the awe-inspiring Gardens by the Bay. 

As well as running his design practice, Tom lectures at the London College of Garden Design, based at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew. Tom also gives guest lectures and seminars at industry trade shows across the UK.

 

 

 
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