Residential Garden Design
We will take you through all the factors you have to consider to make a small space dynamic throughout the year; from different garden styles and hard landscaping materials to plant use, water features and lighting. You'll learn how to take a client brief, analyse a site and survey a garden...
Taught by: Julie Zeldin.
We will take you through all the factors you have to consider to make a small space dynamic throughout the year; from different garden styles and hard landscaping materials to plant use, water features and lighting. You'll learn how to take a client brief, analyse a site and survey a garden. You'll then work towards producing a scaled working master plan which you'll be able to put into action at the course's end. Short talks about aspects of design and planting will also be provided throughout the course, which will help to inform your planning and individual project development. Please bring with you photographs and simple measurements (length/width/any existing structures) of how your garden currently looks.
You'll have a greater understanding of what you need to consider when designing an outside space, as well as how to achieve a successful garden design. You'll take away a concept plan of your garden project, including ideas for hard and soft landscaping. You'll also have developed a simple site survey, an outline planting plan and a concept plan with hard-landscape elements. You may consider going on to join other garden or planting design courses.
Who Should Attend
A perfect taster in gardendesign for people interested in garden and planting design, with animprovement or redesign project in mind. Also suitable for studentsstudying in the spatial design field who wish to further theirunderstanding of external spaces.
'The Residential Garden Design course, run by Julie Zeldin is a really practical guide to designing your garden. It works with the principles of design which can be applied to a three-acre sprawling garden or a little walled garden like mine!' - Kimberly Rothman.
Julie Zeldin holds a BA Hons and MA PGD in Art History as well as a Diploma in English Garden Design.
She runs her own company, Julie Zeldin Garden and Landscape Design, which is a thriving design studio in North London which specializes in Urban Garden Design throughout the south east. The studio is dedicated to creating gardens which are site specific and client led, with an emphasis on natural planting and high quality finishes.
Please bring the following materials with you on the first day:
Scale ruler (1-50)
Pencils (HB, H and 2B)
A selection of different sized black fine line ink pen, including 0.5 and above
12 inch set square at 45 degrees
Photos and a simple measured plan (length / width / any existing structures) of a current garden project / your own garden / a friends garden as it looks at the start of the course.
Please note that all of these materials are available at the Chelsea College of Arts' Art Shop. Please contact the Art Shop directly for opening hours and availability.