Garden design

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Property & Architecture

Courtyard houses

Architects and designers have rediscovered the charms of courtyards – and these urbanely updated oases are now flooding homes with light. Dominic Bradbury reports
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Romance returns to the garden

A revival of traditional English garden design – albeit with the occasional flourish of naturalistic planting – is bringing back some much-missed romance to green spaces, says Tim Richardson
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Cultivated tastes

An increased desire to be in control of what we eat has given the kitchen garden fresh and fashionable appeal. Tim Richardson profiles new approaches to these productive – and seductive – spaces
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Hedge fun: fine forms in foliage

Whether figurative, fanciful or abstract, topiary is once again providing year-round personality and structure in fashionable gardens, says Tim Richardson
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Minimalism to the max

Elegant, structured outdoor spaces are anything but austere when combined with lush, statement greenery. Tim Richardson reveals a generous new approach to geometric garden design
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In it for the lawn term

Great gardens are rarely the result of a finite project. Rather they flourish through an ongoing collaboration with the designer. Tim Richardson reports.
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