Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design
Thomas Hoblyn Suffolk Garden Design and Cambridge Garden Design

Photographs: Phil Hall


Our most recent project and still at the planning stage; this magnificent new Neo-Palladian-style house sits elegantly on the hillside surrounded by 50 acres of woodland. During the 1970s, much of the gardens were laid out to rhododendrons and their allies, many of which are now in their prime. Scot’s pine is the dominant native species, mixed in with an extensive collection of specimen ornamental trees.

Without stretching the imagination, the landscape could almost be a Sichuan valley. Now that the house is complete, our aim is to anchor it harmoniously within the landscape.

Tom’s vision is to make the house appear as though a temple in the clouds using extensive planting beneath. A series of vistas will penetrate this planting terminating with features such as a grotto and faux-ruin.

Our most recent project and still at the planning stage; this magnificent new Neo-Palladian-style house sits elegantly on the hillside surrounded by 50 acres of woodland. During the 1970s, much of the gardens were laid out to rhododendrons and their allies, many of which are now in their prime. Scot’s pine is the dominant native species, mixed in with an extensive collection of specimen ornamental trees.

Without stretching the imagination, the landscape could almost be a Sichuan valley. Now that the house is complete, our aim is to anchor it harmoniously within the landscape.

Tom’s vision is to make the house appear as though a temple in the clouds using extensive planting beneath. A series of vistas will penetrate this planting terminating with features such as a grotto and faux-ruin.