Gardens Illustrated Magazine

Another world

Tom Stuart-Smith is best known as a designer who creates spectacular set-piece gardens, often occupying walled gardens and other enclosed spaces. But he is also adept at working within an historical context, where his planting style is gauged to the prevailing atmosphere. In such cases, much of his input takes the form of spatial design – that is, in addition to the kind of herbaceous planting design that most experienced designers think of as merely ‘the icing on the cake’.

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