Waddesdon Manor

We have carried out a number of garden improvements at Waddesdon Manor including creating a temporary garden to mark the Golden Jubilee of HM The Queen, and assisting with the replanting the Long Rocky. Our most recent commission is a blue and gold kiosk designed for Lord Rothschild to replace an earlier utilitarian structure. It is loosely based on William Kent’s early c18th design for a Turkish kiosk, sits 60 people, and is formed of a canvas shell fitted over a steel skeleton. The playful and exotic design complements the architecture of the house.