Zen Garden Design

Why choose a zen garden design
In the world of complexity, information overload and radical uncertainty, many people choose the simplicity of zen gardens as a refuge from the business of the outside world – to unwind after a hard day’s work.

Zen Garden Design

Zen garden designers in Luton

What is a zen garden?
Zen gardens were originally developed by Japanese Zen Buddhist monks as places for meditation, contemplation, enlightenment and inner peace.

A traditional zen garden (karesansui), is usually composed of minimalistic elements such as a dry landscape with natural elements of sand, gravel, rocks, and wood, with a few plants and usually no water element or features.

Man-made features such as stone lanterns, bridges, statuary with an enclosing wall or fence are designed to separate the space from the outside world. The main focus and purpose of zen garden design is the inner world of peace and tranquillity. One of the best benefits of zen garden design is it’s a year-round appeal where there is little seasonal change (hardscaping).

Modern zen garden design
In modern garden design, different aspects or features such as stones, bonsai trees, koi carps ponds, sand features, stone sculptures and so on of zen garden design can be incorporated into any home garden or landscape.

Zen Garden Design

Zen garden design features: stones

How I work as a zen garden designer
After initial consultation, I’ll propose different zen garden designs to suit your specific needs and preferences as well as working with your garden space. The design phase usually takes 2-6 weeks. Then depending on your garden space, the construction phase can take up to 1-3 months. The total quote for the zen garden design and construction depends on your specific requirements and the garden size and characteristics.

Zen Garden Design

Zen garden design features: stones

Contact zen garden designer now
Call/text me on +44 
7872 983747 or email me using the contact form to find out how you can benefit from zen garden design or how simple zen garden design features can boost your existing garden space.