Secure widespread publicity for the first museum exhibition devoted to the work of a living garden designer.
“Making gardens for other people, as I have done for 25 years, has changed my approach to the work. Nowadays I see it as much more about tending and managing a patch of vegetation, more about creating a place that is rooted in its landscape context, than it is about growing a rare kniphofia or the latest, smartest dahlia.”
Tom Stuart-Smith writing in the Financial Times, 21 May 2011
Press coverage highlights
Tom Stuart-Smith was interviewed by the Sunday Times Home section and contributed articles to the Financial Times House and Home section and Daily Telegraph. Several of the gardens featured in the exhibition were covered by the media, including The Guardian Weekend magazine and Gardens Illustrated. The exhibition and Tom’s work as a designer were the focus of a discussion on the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4 entitled ‘is garden design art?’.
- Tom Stuart-Smith in the Financial Times ‘The point of a garden’
- Article by Tom Stuart-Smith in the Daily Telegraph
- Financial Times House & Home
- Daily Telegraph
- Guardian Weekend
- The Guardian
- Time Out