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Maïtanne Hunt has been creating beautiful gardens and landscapes for over 17 years for a range of UK and international clients. She is a registered member of the Society of Garden Designers, the only professional association for garden designers in the UK, and a fully accredited member of the British Association of Landscape Industries. Maïtanne’s career began in the world of finance, which took her to Paris, New York and London. Fuelled by a lifelong passion for plants and landscapes, she retrained and obtained her Garden Design Diploma at the English Gardening School, followed by a Master’s degree in Restoration and Conservation of Historical Gardens at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture (the AA), in London. Maïtanne’s aim is always to ensure that the garden sits harmoniously alongside the house and natural environment, in order to bring enjoyment to those who live in it. From urban roof terraces and country gardens to residential or commercial properties, her landscapes are always elegant, practical and timeless, regardless of the location, size or budget. At Maïtanne Hunt Garden & Landscape Design, we believe the relationship between a building and its setting is paramount and enjoy working with architects and designers from the start of the project. We have experience in creating gardens for listed buildings and historic grounds that are subject to strict heritage compliance and historical restorations. We are familiar with planning applications as well as large-scale master planning and can undertake overseas projects. Our designs aim for sustainable solutions, respect the environment, create biodiversity and conserve habitats. We offer a wide range of consultation services – from advice on specific areas to maintenance programmes and one-off planting makeovers – but most of our work involves full design and build process and us overseeing projects from beginning right through to completion. We collaborate closely with contractors and specialists to deliver the project on time and within the budget. Our full design and build process includes a first meeting, concept plan, master plan, build and aftercare.

Services Provided

Bespoke Water Features, Design Consultation, Edible Gardens, Garden Design, Garden Plans, Hardscaping, Landscape Construction, Living Walls, Organic Gardening, Patio Design, Project Management, Site Planning

Areas Served

London, Central London, Greater London, UK, France, Europe, Mayfair, Shoreditch, Clerkenwell, Kensington, Chelsea, Notting Hill, Richmond


Master’s Degree in Restoration and Conservation of Historical Gardens (Architectural Association, School of Architecture). Garden Design Diploma (English Gardening School).

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Knightsbridge, London, Greater London
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Business Details

Business Name

Maïtanne Hunt Garden & Landscape Design

Phone Number

07798 635142


London, Greater London W11
United Kingdom

Typical Job Cost

£20,000 - £300,000

Our fee structure operates on a sliding scale, as set by the Society of Garden Designers. The cost of the garden will vary depending on the size, style, access and complexity of the project. It is useful for you to have a budget in mind so that we can discuss realistic and achievable ideas during our first meeting. As a guide, our design fees are between 8 to 15% of the construction cost. As an indication, the build of a small garden starts from around £20,000.


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