"The intention was to create a garden for a solicitor whose firm is looking for innovative ways to encourage flexible working. As a result the client works from home a few days a week in an office which has been built in a barn at the bottom of his garden. Access to the office will be via a sweeping path leading to a stainless steel curving staircase in the corner of the garden. The concept is to design a garden in the area around the staircase which leads up to the barn to create a dramatic and exciting ‘journey to work’."The garden was sponsored by law firm Simmons & Simmons whose managing partner Mark Dawkins says: “We support different ways of working and are proud to sponsor this garden as an example of how effective and amenable remote working can be.”
Thanks to The Garden Monkey for the alert.