Meet the Cuerden Hall restoration team: Tom Stuart-Smith
As you may know, we have exciting renovation plans to be rolled-out by our expert team. This includes the Hall approach and gardens which falls under the control of Tom Stuart-Smith who is a highly accomplished landscape architect and garden designer.
Tom has delivered projects in the UK and worldwide, including the Queen’s Jubilee garden at Windsor Castle, the Garden of Illusion at The Connaught Hotel, the Keeper’s House Garden at the Royal Academy of Arts, several projects at Chatsworth, and the masterplan for the RHS’s gardens at Bridgewater (near Salford), the largest new garden project in the UK. Tom’s unique and distinguished style has won the highest accolades, including eight Chelsea Flower Show gold medals, three of which were also awarded ‘Best in Show’.
With Tom’s talent and experience, we're certain the end result will not only be sympathetic to the house and its history but will also add another level of grandeur to the whole estate. You can learn more about Tom’s plans for Cuerden Hall by visiting: www.cuerdenhall.com
Tom has recently featured in Galerie Magazine, where you can read more about him and his amazing work: https://www.galeriemagazine.com/tom-stuart-smith-gardens/
The last photograph is an example of Tom's completed works. This photo was taken by: ALLAN POLLOK-MORRIS - Trentham in Staffordshire, UK. Mist rises from the lake in the distance, with clipped Portuguese laurels in Versailles tubs flanking the central path.
All other images: Tom Stuart-Smith