Our approach to sustainability is to connect with the environment and humanity.
Look around at the surrounding ecosystems and human systems, and ask "what happens next?" This question is a complex one. But if you ask this question enough times, it soon becomes clear that everything around us is connected.
Our philosophy is that is good for humanity, is good for nature, and vice versa. For more information click HERE
What's Happening now?
Indigenous people are stewards of 80% of the remaining biodiversity
What Happened before?
99.9 percent of all species of plants and animals that ever lived
What's Happening Next to me?
85% of adults reported that being in nature makes them happy
SEED TO CELEBRATION
A unique approach to landscape design, planning and being sustainable
Managing Outdoor Spaces
Seed to Celebration garden
starts with identifying the
interactions between different
endless relationships between
We use the 16 plants to get
started, but the idea is to find
more relationships over time,
and over the seasonal cycles.
Creating Special Places
We believe that what
makes a sustainable
place a sustainable
place is having an event!
This could be either a
planned, public or social
A culturally special place
for the local community.
Resilient Initiative to
Being able to integrate
spaces with special and
We support a landscape-led
approach to masterplanning.
Who are we?
- Professional design & planning services
- Holistic approach to environmental enhancements, sustainable development and well-being
- Design concepts in line with the 'What Happens Next' philosophy
- Designs with a focus on 'multi-functional green spaces'
- Green spaces which have an emphasis on health
- Green spaces which have an emphasis on maximising wildlife
- A specialist consultancy services for landscape planning, landscape and urban design and landscape management.
- Seed to Celebration Garden - design & /or build
- Herb bed, vegetable planter, fruit tree and heritage seeds and heritage plants
- Rainwater harvesting system
- Wormery/ composting system
- Emphasis on nutrient-rich food for resilience, health and performance
- Interactive garden management, food recipes and crafts ideas
- A start-up kit & follow up workshops
- An educational resource which inspires us to re-use seeds and remove toxins from our food
- 'Seed to Celebration Garden' meets 'WHN design'
- Integrates the 'new garden communities' movement with innovative Post-COVID designs and concepts
- Community gardens strategies to contribute to healthy and inclusive neighbourhoods.
- Establishes food as a local system and provides opportunities for placemaking
- Bespoke interactive management plans for community projects and homeowners
- A joined-up approach to urban design and garden design - integrates the concepts in Option 1 with the concepts in Option 2