Two of our very own Landscape Designers feature in prestigious 30 Under 30 Industry Award.
We are delighted that not one but two of our HollandGreen Landscape Designers were invited to join the Pro Landscaper 30 Under 30 celebration at the UK’s leading Landscaping Conference, FutureScape – a considerable and unique achievement for a Landscape Design Studio.
Supported by the British Association Landscape Industries among others, The Pro Landscaper “30 Under 30 Next Generation Initiative” has been running since 2015 and is the only Award of its kind focused exclusively on talented young people in garden design. It sees the winners propelled into the landscaping limelight, going on to become the creators of some of the most original and progressively designed gardens in the UK.
Our very own landscape designers Noemi Mercurelli and Sean Duggan were winners of Class 2016 and Class 2021 respectively, and we couldn’t be more proud and grateful to have their talents and energies in our Studio.
The FutureScape Event saw the UK Landscaping industry come together to share knowledge and insight on a range of key issues. Close to our hearts were discussions on promoting health and wellbeing through landscape design and designing regenerative gardens to support local ecology diversity.
Aptly, Noemi is the lead landscape designer on our current project Kingsbury House. The design vision for this garden is to compliment the style of the contemporary new home and crucially to support the local planning policy to minimise environmental impact. Noemi has created a series of interconnecting, Japanese-inspired gardens holistically considered and integrated with the living spaces.
Noemi says: “Our clients want clean-lines, and a restful, Asian-inspired feel. We have encouraged them to use British and North European native species – we’ve showed them these doesn’t have to mean a messy meadow or wild borders. Kingbury House garden will be beautifully structured and serene, with a palette of plants where every single one will be native and good for biodiversity. Sustainability in harmony with design will be at the heart of this garden.”