Richmond Upon Thames

Richmond Park

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This a current project over looking Richmond Park shows some of the stages involved in the design process from initial sketches to more detailed plans and Computer Aided Design models.

CAD models are very useful to help clients visualise plans in three dimensions by providing accurate perspective images from different view points.

Further drawings that are usually necessary before a garden can be built include planting plans and construction details. These drawings, along with a scope of works, help landscapers accurately cost the garden from the outset before building commences. This then ensures the client can keep control of their budget from the outset as everyone knows what is required of the build team.

Construction drawings also ensure that the garden will be built correctly to our design and minimises room for interpretation on site. The designers and clients vision can therefore be more closely realised.

We can advise the client on which contractor to chose for their landscaping and we can supervise the build to ensure our vision is carried through to the finished space. We always recommend specialist landscapers who understand the specifics of working in the outdoor environment.

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