Garden Designer of the Year

Winner: Janine Pattison Studios

Janine Pattison Studios (JPS) is a leading UK landscape and garden design practice, renowned for creating stylish and contemporary gardens throughout the UK.

With a high-calibre clientele, including heads of global businesses, Premier League footballers and TV personalities, the company takes customer service very seriously.

JPS deals with a range of prestigious properties worth in excess of £6m that deserve a garden as unique as the architecture, delivered in a way that is tailored to each client's individual needs.

Every team member signs a confidentiality contract, ensuring the company provides a discreet service from start to finish. Materials and features are bespoke, plants are sourced from all over the world and clients are allocated a lead designer who gives the project the upmost attention, delivering a premier, exceptional customer experience. Testimonials on the JPS website confirm what clients say: the company offers a friendly and professional service, providing beautiful design solutions and landscape transformations.

The company is honoured to have received many national garden and landscape design excellence awards over the years. It takes pride in the beauty of its design plans and the innovation and creativity brought to resolving the challenges of each site.

JPS designs are featured in aspirational national magazines such as Homes & Gardens and the BBC's Gardens Illustrated.

Complying with the latest CDM legislation (including risk assessments and method statements), JPS regularly manages large and complex builds on behalf of its clients. A professional project manager runs a comprehensive schedule of works, checking materials, measurements and build quality, and is on hand daily to resolve problems and ensure that projects stay on track and on budget.

The Signature Collection of prestigious gardens include a sustainable garden at Canfield House in Dorset, a garden spa retreat, a Provencal-style garden with simple yet elegant planting schemes, hand-carved Indian stone walls and a swimming pool washed in bespoke colour-changing LEDs and spectacular olive groves from Seville.

The Huf Haus project overlooking Brownsea Island uses a series of terrace walls, a water wall from the top through four "rain-chain" sluices into a rill at the bottom, two floating hardwood decks, night lighting, a Betula utilis var. jacquemontii arboretum and colourful tropical planting.

A New Forest garden includes a tennis court, green oak-framed and western red cedar tennis pavilion, perennial long borders, reclaimed York patio, mown-grass paths, brick and oak pergola, gardener's compost and utility area, premium new lawns, bespoke plantation teak garden furniture, extensive tree works, instant hedging and horticultural consultancy throughout the estate.

Highly commended
Anne Jennings, Viridian Landscape Studio
Aralia Landscape Design

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