Hugo Bugg

At 27 years old, Hugo Bugg has been billed as one of the young garden designers to watch. Recently commissioned designer of the first Royal Botanic Gardens in Jordan (400 acre botanic garden in the mountains above Amman), Hugo Bugg was named Young Designer of the Year by the RHS in 2010. He has also won two Gold medals at prestigious RHS flower shows including Hampton Court Palace Show in 2011 and Tatton Park in 2010 where he also won Best in Show. As well as designing the Royal Botanic Garden in Jordan, Hugo has also just completed a Tanzanian tropical rainforest glasshouse within the new MUSE science museum, Trento, Italy, designed by leading architect Renzo Piano.
As well as running a leading design practice, Hugo gives guest lectures and seminars at leading garden design colleges and trade shows throughout the UK.
“I have great interest in pushing the boundaries of garden design and take artistic inspiration from a wide range of sources – from fashion to interior design to sculpture. Every project offers creative design challenges and opportunities for collaboration. I am passionate about exceeding the client’s dreams.”
Hugo Bugg Landscapes is one of the UK’s most celebrated new garden design practices, offering comprehensive and innovative garden design service throughout the UK and overseas. Based in Exeter, his studio provides seamless service from design to completion. His portfolio includes elegant and uplifting modern gardens in private and commercial settings. This ranges from London contemporary roof terraces and urban courtyards to large country gardens and public spaces.

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Hugo Bugg