‘Landscapes made by the hands of an artist’
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Flavia Goldsworthy—Creative Director runs an established landscape design consultancy that specialises in bringing biodiversity and nature to the centre of her projects.

Flavia, an award winning designer, is passionate about the materials and relationships that make up the natural and made environment. Her interests lie in exploring how an ecologically sensitive approach to design can lead to the creation of dynamic, elegant and inspiring spaces, which work for both humans and nature.

The climate crisis has underpinned our role and responsibility to help the environment. We need to maximise the opportunities for biodiversity to thrive, create powerful and beautiful spaces for people whilst doing the least environmental harm. It is a balance of skill, time and passion.

Landscapes are dynamic - they are constantly evolving, growing and changing. It is understanding this process that brings the excitement to a project. The landscape will be different from one year to the next and using that changing energy in the design process is fundamental to making interesting spaces.

Flavia has 20 years of practical design experience which includes training from the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, BA Fine Art Sculpture from Brighton University and an MA in Landscape Architecture from Greenwich University.
Flavia has been visiting lecturer and tutor at the University of Gloucestershire teaching Landscape Architecture BA and MA.

We can apply the design process, dependant upon the clients requirements, from initial consultation through to complete design, implementation and direction.
We have undertaken projects across the UK and Worldwide and collaborate with other Designers, Landscape Architects, Architects, Scientists, Developers and Private Clients.

Design is about communication — we view problems as creative opportunities.
We take great pride in understanding and working with the materials we use and champion British craftsmanship.

Instinct, creative thinking, an exceptional eye for proportion and detail are imperative for good, honest design.