The making of the ribbon wheel garden – Butter Wakefield
Join us for an evening with garden designer Butter Wakefield, as she talks about her West London’s prize winning Ribbon Wheel Garden design.
Butter grew up on the East Coast of America, on a little farm outside of Baltimore, Maryland. Originally specialising in Interior Design, she has over 15 years of experience creating many inspirational and purposeful gardens of all sizes both in London and beyond.
Wakefield is now practicing out of her garden design studio in west London, which have received multiple awards including the 2017 RHS Chatsworth Gold Medal, ‘People’s Choice’ with Belmond, 2018 RHS Chelsea ‘Best Trade Stand’ with Gaze Burvill, and most recently awards from BALI National Landscape Awards in 2019 and the Society of Garden Designers in 2020.
Butter will talk us through the Ribbon Wheel Garden design project, a London town house’s long narrow garden which was artfully disguised with an intricate set of interlinking paving circles, joined together with a ribbon band of cobbles. The project has won the BALI National Landscape Awards 2019 – Principal Award Winner and Society of Garden Designers Awards 2020 – double winner of ‘Small Residential’ and ‘Hardscape’ Categories.
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Start Time: 7.30pm for 7.45pm start.