Garden design firm lays down roots at new home
A garden design and landscape company has put down new roots in Warwickshire.
Isola Garden Design has moved to Stoneleigh Park, which is home to a number of leading national organisations within the land-based sector including the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI).
The company was founded by James Brash, from Leamington, in 2006 and over the years has worked on garden design and builds for private homes across Warwickshire, Solihull, Oxfordshire and the Cotswolds.
The firm has traded on its innovative and thoughtful designs, from traditional country to contemporary townhouse gardens.
Its accolades include a Silver Gilt medal at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show for a rooftop garden which it worked on in collaboratioon with Warwickshire College, and a Gold Medal from the regional heats of the BALI Landscape Skills Competition.
Mr Brash, managing director of Isola Garden Design, said: “The business has evolved significantly over the last decade. We began offering a generalist landscaping service and soon realised there was a real need for a premium full design and build proposition aimed at the high-end domestic market, outside of London.
“We have seen the biggest turnaround in the business in the last few years and our rebrand, including a new website, last year has really taken us from strength to strength.
“It has been our ambition for some time to move to Stoneleigh Park. We are confident that its rural location and industry prestige will help us reach our future growth objectives.”
The company’s new headquarters are within Stoneleigh Park’s Rural Innovation Centre from where it co-ordinates its experienced teams of designers, landscapers and labourers.
Amy Rogers, manager of the Rural Innovation Centre, said: “Isola is one of Warwickshire’s most respected garden design and landscape companies, and is a great addition to the Rural Innovation Centre.”
James Brash and Amy Rogers are pictured at the Rural Innovation Centre at Stoneleigh Park.