York stone and hardwood in Tulse Hill.
Small but beautifully formed. Precision cut ‘Scout’ York stone, white painted rendered walls and dark brown South American hardwood combine to create a crisp and timeless outdoor space.
New masonry walls were built along the left boundary and across the rear to form a planter, then rendered and painted.
The stone was perfectly cut by Bingley Stone in Yorkshire and the scheme was framed by Balau decking and slatted fencing.
A ‘floating’ seat welcomed visitors, and Box hedging, planting and garden lighting completed the scheme.
Construction was a challenge. Access to the garden was through the house with restricted working space in the garden and no room for on-site storage.
The high end materials had to be brought to site exactly when they were needed so effective project management was vital to the success of the project.