The most rewarding aspect of design is working with the time-based aspect of nature; each outdoor space positively evolves season-upon-season and year-on-year.”

Daniel Lobb originally studied Fine Art Sculpture, a catalyst for numerous installations and commissions, and in 2006 received an MA in Landscape Design from the respected Inchbald School of Design.  Since this time he has focused his creative energy on designing inspirational gardens and public spaces.

Daniel deeply understands the importance of working closely with clients on the design brief to create designs that are sympathetic to their needs and requirements. His designs incorporate strong form and proportion to create spaces harmonious to the immediate architecture and environment.

Gold Medal and Best Conceptual Garden Award

Daniel is a Registered Member of the Society of Garden Designers. He has exhibited at RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show and received a Gold Medal and the ‘Best Conceptual Garden’ award for his innovative ‘Landscape Obscured’ garden in 2011.