Dan Pearson is one of the most significant landscape and garden designers working today. From contemporary reinterpretations of historic Arts & Crafts gardens to complex public realm urban landscapes and inspiring landscape parks, Pearson creates masterful and original outdoor environments.
He is equally at ease designing a private garden for prominent international clients in London as designing a woodland landscape for a space-age house in the forest outside Moscow with Zaha Hadid, restoring a Lutyens/Jekyll estate as creating an ambitious new estate in Devon, or creating a city park in the heart of King’s Cross as a mountainside ecological park at the northernmost tip of Japan. The Garden Museum is pleased to be presenting an exhibition of his work in collaboration with his award-winning studio.
The exhibition will be an immersive, multimedia experience where space, materials and craftmanship are as carefully considered as rhythm, colour, texture and seasonality in planting to create spaces which are emotionally uplifting and have a distinctive sense of place. The exhibition will explore the fundamental importance of the idea of sense of place in Dan’s work, the intuitive quality of his informally trained design eye and the horticulturally rigorous, yet painterly quality of his plantings.
Whatch this video on FLORATUBE about Green Fuse,the work of Dan Pearson.