Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer to design garden for the Australian Garden Show Sydney 2013
UK based garden designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin has been commissioned to design a show garden for the inaugural Australian Garden Show, Sydney in September 2013. The garden is created in collaboration with Tom Harfleet who Fisher Tomlin worked with to create a Gold Medal winning garden in New Zealand earlier this year.
British designers to present two conceptual gardens to Ellerslie International Flower Show, Christchurch, New Zealand 2013
Andrew Fisher Tomlin, Tom Harfleet and Paul Harfleet of ‘Harfleet & Harfleet’ have announced their participation in the Ellerslie International Flower Show 2013. This trio of multi-award winning British designers will jointly exhibit the first ever conceptual gardens at next year’s show. See More >>
Fisher Tomlin and Bowyer celebrate Garden Designer of the Year title
Leading Surrey-based garden designers Fisher Tomlin & Bowyer are celebrating after being named Garden Designers of the Year 2012 at this year's New Homes Gardens Awards. Not only were they awarded this prestigious title but they also won 4 Gold Awards for garden designs in Wimbledon, the Caribbean and Cyprus winning both the Best Urban Garden and Best International categories. See More >>
Large Garden advice
Leading UK garden designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin has made a call for more advice to be available to those people with larger gardens to encourage them to make productive use of their asset and not sell off for development. See More >>
Siberia beckons for leading UK Garden Designer at Fisher Tomlin
Leading UK garden designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin is off to Russia in June to inspire Siberian garden designers with the potential for new home gardens. Andrew will be in Chelyabinsk as a guest of Malinki Village, a brand new development that is aiming to inspire its customers by providing a full garden design service and inspirational ideas. See More >>
New floating bird hide design
International garden design company Fisher Tomlin have just revealed details of a new floating bird hide designed for a wildlife park in Normandy. The unique idea aims to get bird watchers up close and personal with migratory birds on a series of wildfowl lakes at the park. Bird watchers can enter the hide at the bank and then gently float out into the lake without disturbing other wildlife to watch the birds. See More >>
We are all looking forward to the 2012 London Olympics and at Fisher Tomlin we're hoping that visitors will get a chance to see the work that we have been involved in. Fisher Tomlin has been a consultant to Volker Fitzpatrick on the Athletes Village Wetlands Project. Now complete it forms part of the incredible landscape created around the main venues and village.
The new Cityscapes festival along London's South Bank will feature temporary urban landscapes at many galleries and cultural institutions. Andrew Fisher Tomlin is collaborating with the fashion designer Christian Louboutin and the Design Museum on something a little bit different, using media other than traditional plants for a unique landscape in this iconic location. The festival opens on 15th May 2012.
Garden and Art
With our local partners in Surrey we are currently developing a short festival celebrating gardens and art at two locations in June 2012. More details will be available shortly.
French commissions take shape
Two large residential projects designed by Fisher Tomlin are now taking shape in Northern France. Designed in conjunction with our French partners O Ubi Campi the designs present classic stylings with a British understanding of planting. The collaboration with O Ubi Campi has led to a diverse range of projects including residential and commercial and include a wildlife park and corporate headquarters.
Cyprus residential project completes
Fisher Tomlin have put the final touches to one of their largest ever schemes in Cyprus. The garden just outside of Nicosia features 4 acres of planting including a woodland and a very large pool surrounded by ancient olives. These trees were a very special find as they were being grubbed out by a farmer and the 10 tonne, 1100 year old trees have now found a home in this new private garden.