Jonathan Snow Design
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Jonathan Snow Design is a Landscape and Garden Design practice, based in West London. We are passionate about designing beautiful outdoor spaces that people enjoy spending time in. In an urban environment we often work closely with architects and interior designers, to create a garden that is an extension of the home, while in a more rural setting, we also look to the character of the landscape for inspiration, to ensure that the garden nestles harmoniously and peacefully in its surroundings.

Jonathan Snow is a graduate of the Inchbald School of Design (2006). He worked for renowned landscape designers Arne Maynard, and Tom Stuart-Smith, gaining experience of designing both urban and large country gardens before setting up his own practice in 2009.

Current projects include a four acre estate in Surrey, a Penthouse roof garden in Chelsea Harbour and a family garden in the Champagne region of France.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Garden Design, Project Management

Areas Served
London

Certifications and Awards
Post Graduate Diploma in Landscape and Garden Design from the Inchbald School of Design
Contact: Jonathan Snow
Location: Studio 9, Parsons Green House 27, Parsons Green Lane
London, Greater London SW6 4HH
United Kingdom
Typical Job Costs: £30,000 - 300,000
Commented: lighting No idea I'm afraid. They were already there
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Commented: Small pavers Hi, not sure what side of the pond you are but they are widely available in the UK. They originally come from Belgium
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Commented: Beautiful garden Thank you!
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Commented: Would love to know... Habitat - about 10 years ago I'm afraid!
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Commented: Hi, beautiful project. May we ask where the pots were from please? Hi and thank you. Atelier Vierkant in Belgium. Ask for Dries and mention me please!
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Commented: My new garden It's wisteria. After flowering. Hope to get some better shots this year
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