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For Sarah her passion is for transforming landscapes; designing in close collaboration with her clients to bring them gardens which sit comfortably and beautifully in their place.

‘Attention to detail at every stage is key to beautiful design, which is why I take care to engage with everyone involved in a garden project from the ‘brickie’ to the nurseryman. If they feel valued then they will produce their best for us.’

Sarah has designed and managed the build of three Award Winning show stands on Main Avenue at Chelsea. ‘ I’ve loved every second of them: From the concept design stage through to  being on site amongst the thrill of seeing a lawn transformed into a beautiful garden space, and then seeing the enjoyment it brings. Its the same with every project.’

On graduating Sarah Naybour was awarded Britain’s Student Designer of the Year by the Society of Garden Designers. She then went on to build up a varied client base in the Oxfordshire area  and West London, including being commissioned by David Harber to design his show stand on Main Avenue at Chelsea Flower Show in 2013, 14 & 15 and then for Schellevis in 2016.  On all occasions being awarded a 5 Star Awards  – a Gold standard for a trade stand.

Working with Sarah Naybour , not only will you get a beautifully thought out design, but it will be built with care and will go on growing and changing through the years.

‘When I’m not designing gardens I’m walking my dogs, paddle boarding, practicing yoga, cycling, eating good food, drinking good wine and enjoying the expanse of the mountains, whichever country they may be in.’


I am a French, English and German speaking designer who grew up in rural Oxfordshire. It is also in Oxford that I studied garden design on a course together with Sarah Naybour where we struck up a firm friendship. Soon after graduating I competed to become the RHS Young Designer of the Year and received a generous grant to build a show garden at RHS Tatton Park.

Despite my initial success as a young designer in the UK, I left the country to start a new adventure and spent most of my professional life as a landscape architect in Switzerland working for some of the country’s most prominent design companies, first Simmen Group then Enea GmbH and finally Rolf von Burg.

Reprimands about changing or refocusing a creation program frequently incorporate preventative terms like “cautiously,” “steadily,” and “privately decided.” Drastic, top-down changes are commonly portrayed as fruitless, problematic, and even domineering. Implicit yet supporting both the advices and negative depictions are worries from and about partners in the bigger network in which structure projects are found. That people group incorporates teachers, program executives, office seats, dignitaries, executives, presidents, and the more extensive open wherein the program exists. This article profiles Washington State University’s (WSU) first-year organization program, itemizing the institutional circumstance and the worries of its executive of creation and three of its educators as the program pushes toward the incorporation of multimodality in its courses. We accept that this present profile’s methodology is one of a kind for the assortment of partner and hypothetical points of view that have educated our advance toward multimodality. The four creators bring various hypotheses, fluctuated vocations, and distinctive instructing encounters that are a piece of WSU’s hearty sythesis program. We comprehend our work as bricolage, drawing from Seymour Papert and Idit Harel who recommend that much scholastic work is that of bricoleurs who “can come to understanding about hypotheses of learning (in any event for the present and maybe on a basic level) just by grabbing in our tumultuous packs of stunts and apparatuses for the fortitude to construct understandings” (2). Despite the fact that approaching Papert and Harel’s feeling of “messy secret stash” may appear to be silly, we accept that various encounters and a rich blend of speculations delineate the qualities of our program. One of the significant strides in putting the program on firm balance was setting up a schedule with normal, required parts. When I started as DOC I tried to find someone to write my paper for application process, the arrangement program had two necessities for first-year organization schedules: the participation and portfolio approaches. Assignments and readings differed uncontrollably, as did incorporation of components from the college required prospectus. I understood that the program required a progressively uniform open face—one that would be conspicuous over all segments of first-year creation. Simultaneously, I needed to maintain a strategic distance from the imperatives of a lockstep normal schedule that would cause the program’s courses to comply with a cutout model. Working with the associate executive of arrangement, we made a prospectus with normal parts (counting shared objectives and goals), however one that likewise permits educators the opportunity to design assignments, pick readings, and plan their courses to play to their individual qualities while as yet tending to the program’s accentuation on research-based composition (which regularly comes full circle in an exploration based paper).

It is in that beautiful verdant and mountainous country that I learnt most of my values for precision, attention to detail and punctuality, also a profound love of mountains, alpine beauty, mountain culture and of course Swiss cheese and chocolate!

Since my return to the UK I have endeavoured to apply all my skills and experience to the wonderful projects I have been involved in, and infuse many gardens with biodiversity and beauty and style.

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