Wilkinson White was originally established in London in 1996 as a property development company.
Since the company was founded, Wilkinson White has worked on numerous new-build and reconstructed properties in central London and overseas.
Through an extensive portfolio, Wilkinson White has built up a wealth of experience specialising in the following areas of property:
- Landscape Design
- Interior Design
- Project Management
White Dutton, leading landscape architects, joined forces with Wilkinson White in 2001. The company originated from San Francisco in 1989 and was headed up by Cowley White and Holland Dutton. White Dutton has completed a wide range of domestic and international commissions including many prestigious clients, both private and corporate.
As highly acclaimed designers, they have won many awards including:
Wilkinson White hold a ?rm primary design discipline that focuses on the relationship and integrity of the architecture and landscape being as one.
The brief to design a formal style garden with seasonal planting purely of white.
Modern and classical materials were implemented within the design to create a landscape that focused on the importance of symmetry and the fine balance of proportions.
A design project that worked with a landscape of 35 acres. The brief to create a garden that was both striking but natural looking within its environment.
The use of water was instrumental within the design as was the influence of Japanese planting. Ancient 'Bonsai' trees were added for additional interest and structure as were 'azaleas' for colour.
Design and construction of a modernist house (3000 sq ft) straddling a high ridgeline to take advantage of the 280 degree sea views.
The design brought together a clear spatial experience by the use of natural light and form of structure.
The dramatic changes of levels in the landscape provided the use of cantilevered decked areas whilst the additional architectural planting helped to soften the structure into its natural landscape.
The brief was to acquire commercial office premises within a freehold period property, with a future intent to revert back to sole residential use. The prerequisites were an internal space of approximately 7000 sq ft, offering a landscaped view within central London but in a quiet location. The company had a time frame of 4 months to purchase, re-furbish and re-locate.
On behalf of their clients, Wilkinson White acquired 48 Bedford Square, London WC1 – a substantial Grade 1 Listed Georgian building. Bedford Square was built between 1775 and 1780, and is the only complete Georgian square in London, arranged around quiet, private gardens.
After completion of purchase, Wilkinson White was instructed to carry out immediate refurbishment works. These works were completed within an 8-week period meeting the time frame of 4 months from brief to re-location.
A development project commissioned by the President of Kazakhstan. The design brief was to create a park that reflected the style and influence of European parkland and gardens.
The site that surrounded the villa, had to incorporate a multitude of year-round activities and features. These included enclosed tropical biospheres as well as ice-skating lakes.
The brief was to extend the living areas and create an outdoor room utilising an existing ?at roof.
The clean symmetrical design and contrast of materials helped to create an optical illusion with spatial awareness.
The design concept, continued through to the basement areas, created not only sound but captured valuable light.
A cliff-top garden surrounding an ancient cave.
The brief was to create intimate areas and discreet walkways that interlink from one room to the next, overlaying a backdrop of architectural and Mediterranean planting. The cave, overlooking the sea, was converted into an acoustic music room.
A simple, classical garden incorporating an existing olive and citrus grove.
A garden designed with the discipline of form and structure. The view to the sea from the house was opened up with the creation of a long vista where the walkways were flanked with heavily scented plants.
A new-build development within 2 acres of land, from a blank canvas into classically styled formal gardens. Architectural planting, symmetrical design and modern materials were used to create an elegant water feature that cascades down from the formal lawns to the terrace.
A Modern classical formal garden, with a contemporary Japanese influenced sunken courtyard.
A Minimalistic modern swimming pool and Sala area, with external cooking facilities and lounge areas.
A Large private garden with extensive lawns and instant mature planting.
A Newly planted arboretum style Mediterranean garden.
A new Classical residential development with complementing period style landscape gardens and parkland.
A modern interpretation for a classical Formal Mediterranean garden.
A Modern Formal Garden In Hampstead London.
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