French Ambassadors Garden…

Sarah Bradley has been chosen as the winner of the garden design competition, in conjunction with Inchbald School of Design, to design the French Ambassador’s Garden in Kensington Palace Gardens. Sarah was chosen for her design as she was able to combine French and English style whilst taking into account the necessary practical considerations.
The judging was undertaken by Susan Crewe, Editor of House & Garden Magazine, the artist Nigel Cox, Michael Galsworthy DL, owner of Trwithan Garden Estate, Cornwall and Jacqueline Duncan, Principal & Founder of Inchbald School of Design. Students were asked to create an ‘entente cordiale’ garden design to reflect the essence of a French garden as seen through British eyes.
The French Ambassador wanted to select an English garden designer in order to mix English and French elements and create a classic, yet modern feel.
Andrew Duff, Director of Inchbald School of Garden Design, told The Landscaper , “This is a fantastic opportunity for not only Inchbald School of Design, but also Sarah, as it will give her a head-start in the garden design industry. This demonstrates how well thought of the school is and the calibre of the students’ work, as we continue to be asked to work on prestigious garden design projects. I look forward to seeing the garden once it has been completed!”
The Inchbald School of Design Tel: 020 7730 5508

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