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Established as a landscape practice in 2000, Artemis bring a creative, yet pragmatic approach to projects ranging from strategic to domestic scale planning.

Our service is professional and approachable and we have a range of specialist skills that cover the full spectrum of landscape-related activities. This expertise ensures that our outputs are always innovative, efficient and distinctive.

Working in participation with developers, architects, surveyors, local authorities and private clients, our core work is mainly based within South Midlands, expanding throughout the UK as our practice evolves.

Services

Hartwell Primary School, Northampton »

Following a recent building project we wished to restore our kitchen garden and front of school. Artemis were the perfect people to complete the work for us. The way in which you listened to our brief and creatively translated it into action was superb. The choice of planting adds amazing colour and texture and, along with the wonderfully aesthetic curve on the kitchen garden, we now have an area of beauty at the front of our school.

Mrs Clancy, Headteacher

Boughton Pocket Park »

The work that Artemis has already undertaken looks great and it is looking a very exciting and challenging project.

Carol Jones, NCC's Playbuilder Project Manager

Westonbirt International Garden Festival, Gloucestershire »

Extreme tectonics has to be the first garden inspired by extreme sports. Skateboarding, sailing, canoeing, skiing and windsurfing provided the creative spark, plus all the radical materials associated with these sports. The result is a garden of contradictions, where references to the sea roll across the landscape - and the hard landscaping, instead of forming a secure cocoon for plants and people, is designed to appear as though it will collapse at any moment.

Jane Owen

Newnham Primary School, Daventry »

All of the children loved doing the gardening. They were so enthusiastic. Everyone had a really good day and the cabbage soup was delicious! We are a rural school and we want the curriculum here to reflect the type of school we are.

John Lawson, Head teacher

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