New Roots in Warwickshire

Award-winning garden design and landscape company Isola Garden Design has moved to Stoneleigh Park’s Rural Innovation Centre, Warwickshire.
Isola Garden Design was founded by James Brash in 2006, and is known for innovative, thoughtful designs in traditional country to contemporary townhouse gardens. Its accolades include a Silver Gilt medal at the Chelsea Flower Show for the build of a rooftop garden with Warwickshire College. and a Gold Medal from the regional heats of the BALI Landscape Skills Competition.
Managing director James said: “The business has evolved significantly over the last decade. We began offering a generalist landscaping service, and soon realised there was a real need for a premium full design and build proposition aimed at the high-end domestic market, outside London. We have seen the biggest turnaround in the business in the last few years and our rebrand, including a new website has really taken us from strength to strength. We’ve worked hard to build a strong reputation and people come to us for our comprehensive offering, from design and build through to after-care. Our on-going preservation support is highly regarded by our clients and is a real focus for us this year.”
He added: “Gardens are living things and need to be continually cared for. Not only do we want our clients to enjoy their gardens all year round, we want to ensure their investment is protected. It has been our ambition for some time to move to Stoneleigh Park.”
Amy Rogers, manager of the Rural Innovation Centre, said: “Isola is one of Warwickshire’s most respected garden design and landscape companies, and is a great addition to the Rural Innovation Centre. Stoneleigh Park is a great fit with its rural setting and focus, and its strong association with land-based organisations, and we look forward to supporting Isola with its further development.”

Scroll to Top