Aralia shortlisted for three SGD garden design awards

Hertfordshire-based landscape design company Aralia has been shortlisted for three garden design awards by the Society of Garden Designers (SGD).

Aralia's design at Wednesday House in Ware. Image: Clive Nicols
Aralia's design at Wednesday House in Ware. Image: Clive Nicols

Aralia's three shortlisted projects are: 

Knightsbridge Roof Terrace - Small Residential Garden Category (100-400m2)

Ware Country Garden - Medium Residential Garden Category (400-3000m2)

Bowden House - Pocket Garden Category (100m2 or less)

Aralia's Patricia Fox and her team of designers offer landscape design and build service to both private individuals and commercial clients, on projects ranging from contemporary roof terraces through to country estates.

Fox said: "We are so fortunate to have had multiple projects shortlisted, and those that also show a real cross section of the range of work that we do. It's also very rewarding for our clients, who have placed their entrusted schemes in our care."

The SGD Awards are open to the society's 1,100-strong membership, all of whom have completed a strict accreditation process. They will be judged by a panel of landscape architects, university lecturers, design journalists and commentators. Winners will be announced 29 January 2016 at the SGD Awards ceremony in London.

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