Award-winning garden designer Charlotte Rowe originally studied art history before spending 15 years in public relations and marketing in London and Sydney.
After re-training as a landscape designer, she set up her design studio in London in 2004. Since then she has worked on around 250 urban and rural design projects for clients both in the UK and overseas. Her work has featured in a number of TV gardening and design programmes, in newspapers and magazines, as well as in a number of specialist books.
She is currently working on a number of large country projects in Hampshire, Essex, Wiltshire and Surrey but she is perhaps best known for her town gardens and terraces in London. Her gardens range widely in scope and style, but all have strong architectural form, clean lines, good lighting, careful detailing and styling, and rich, luxuriant planting.
She also designed the Gold medal-winning show garden at 2014’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, No Man’s Land, which marked the centenary of World War One.