Dubbed “pioneering design talents of their generation” by the Royal Horticultural Society, Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg believe both the landscapes they design and the business they run must be respectful, inclusive, and ethically responsible. The duo will highlight their progressive ethos as they discuss Kitchen Garden at RHS Bridgewater, which includes an edible forest garden, a classic kitchen garden, and an apothecary/herbal garden, all situated amid the stunning historic walls of a previously derelict site. They will also provide a rare glimpse into the series of productive, traditional, and experimental garden rooms they designed for a private, rural estate in Oxfordshire, England.
Formed in 2017 when Charlotte Harris and Hugo Bugg merged their separate practices, Harris Bugg Studio is a values-driven, award-winning landscape design practice. The studio creates inclusive and immersive gardens located in the U.K. and Europe encompassing high-end residential, public, botanic, commercial, historic, and conservation landscapes. The studio has won five Gold medals, two Silver Gilts and a Best in Show at RHS shows, including three Gold medals at Chelsea Flower Show, including most recently for its pocket park garden in 2021.
We offer Continuing Education credits (CEUS) for LA CES and APLD for successful completion of this lecture.