The Detail is in the Design
FutureScape: Tuesday 20 November – Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames.
FutureScape promises to be an industry event like no other; we have an outstanding programme of seminars, master classes, and an excellent array of indoor and outdoor exhibitors.
We are now very pleased to announce another fantastic and exciting new event which will take place at FutureScape – ’The Detail is in the Design’.
This event is intended purely for designers and has been specifically created with them in mind. It will take the form of a question and answer session, with four of the industry’s leading designers forming a panel to respond to and debate queries from the audience.
The event is scheduled to start at 2pm, after a quick introduction the floor will be opened for questions with the event due to finish at approximately 3pm.
We anticipate an audience of 40-50 people which will consist predominantly of designers, with a few contractors and architects.
For this event we have secured four of the industry’s leading designers to make up the panel: John Wyer, Andrew Wilson, Janine Pattison, and Ann-Marie Powell.
Many people have already pre-registered for the event, don’t miss out!
To book your space at this event, please email email@example.com
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Janine Pattison: Janine Pattison MSGD MBALI is an award-winning landscape designer, horticulturalist and garden writer who trained with English Heritage at Eltham Palace in London and at Kingston Maurward College in Dorchester. A Registered Member of the Society of Garden Designers, the British Association of Landscape Industries and the Garden Media Guild, Janine is also a highly qualified horticulturalist. She writes regularly for national magazines and newspapers, and is proving to be a popular speaker at gardening and horticultural clubs and garden design events across the country. Her Dorset based practice is emerging as a leading exponent of stylish, contemporary gardens.
Andrew Wilson: Andrew Wilson is an award winning garden designer, lecturer and writer specialising in creating contemporary gardens in London and the South East of the UK and overseas. He is a director, with Gavin McWilliam, of the Wilson McWilliam Studio, producing elegant and contemporary private gardens and public landscapes. He is co-founder of The London College of Garden Design, teaching in order to breathe fresh life into this discipline. Andrew also lectures nationally and internationally and teaches at post graduate level in landscape architecture. He is a writer and author, regularly contributing to Gardens Illustrated and the RHS journal, The Garden, alongside the production of a series of books including The RHS Encyclopedia of Garden Design (contributor), Influential Gardeners, The Book of Garden Plans and the Book of Plans for Small Gardens. He is also the founding editor of The Garden Design Journal. Andrew is a judge for the RHS for show gardens and has been assessing and judging for over 16 years. He is a past Chairman and currently a Fellow of the Society of Garden Designers, the UK’s professional body for garden design.
Ann-Marie Powell: Based in West Sussex, Ann-Marie Powell’s studio has been designing urban and rural gardens since 1999. She is an RHS Chelsea Gold and Silver Flora medalist, has published three books on garden design including Hardscape (Hard Landscaping for the Garden), Urban Gardens and in 2012, Plans for Small Gardens. She regularly contributes for national newspapers and magazines and her column ‘Design Eye’ for The English Garden focuses on design led issues. Ann-Marie has presented over twenty gardening television series covering historic garden restoration, contemporary garden design and design, build and planting techniques. Most recently she was seen covering RHS Hampton Court 2012 for the BBC. When not at work, she LOVES a good party!
John Wyer: John has worked within the industry for over 25 years graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University with a degree diploma in landscape architecture in 1983 and elected as a member of the Landscape Institute in 1990. He was recognised as a fellow of the Society of Garden Designers in 2011 and served on its council from 2004-2010. John is a widely published and respected designer and his schemes have won many awards. He has lectured both in the UK and internationally on his work. He and Chris formed Bowles & Wyer in 1993 after working together since 1984 at previous companies. John’s particular skills lie in design, client liaison and the planning process. He has been responsible for the design of hundreds of projects spanning private gardens, roof gardens as well as large commercial and residential development projects.