Outdoor Entertaining Area With Sunken Hot-tub.
Outdoor Kitchen Featuring Pizza Oven And Television.
Landscape Design Masterplan.
Existing Area With Trampoline.
View Towards The Property.
This is my most recent Garden Design and is for a large detached executive property in the village of Sprotbrough which is near Doncaster in South Yorkshire. To the rear of the garden is a steep wooded embankment with partial views down to the River Don below.
I surveyed the garden just before Christmas 2014 and forwarded the drawing as a PDF file this week using Dropbox.
The Design Brief for the project is pretty straight-forward. The Client, who is a businessman with a growing family, wants to turn an area of his garden into an outdoor entertainment area incorporating a hot-tub (already purchased), pizza oven, outdoor tv, drinks fridges and storage. The Client also wanted dark contemporary paving and rendered blockwork walls/structures with a granite work-top.
The Client purposely wants the new area to have the same "footprint" on plan as the existing area and wants to keep the area open-plan but may add some containerised planting to provide some screening/shelter and privacy.
The Client has his own builder in place from a previous building extension and is looking to construct the area during early 2015.
*UPDATE* The Client kindly sent me a photograph of the completed project (above) which the builder had followed to a "t". The only main exception is that the walls have been rendered a white colour rather than the dark grey/black which I suggested.
Location: Copley Gardens, Sprotbrough, Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Client: Private.Garden Designer: David Beasley.