240 tons and counting!

Set in the heart of rural Perthshire sits a high tech contemporary German kit house, with stunning views across the Strathearn Valley towards the Highlands, within the garden I am busily constructing a feature wall and drainage rill. Made from Caithness stone and laying it vertically using dry stone technique ( no mortar)  it is becoming a major feature within the overall landscape scheme planned for the Garden by Landscape Architect Martin Stevens of Edinburgh firm HarrisonStevens.

240 tons of stone have been used so far! in creating the walls and with landscaping beginning shortly the clients are beginning to see the rewards of commissioning such an innovative and durable scheme.


The quote that best states my manifesto

A City should be built for the convenience and satisfaction of those that live in it, and to the great surprise of strangers‘                                                                                                                                                                     San Salvino – 16th Century