Pugh-Lewis understands that all landscapes are sensory but some are more sensory than others.
It is the application of different experiences that outlines a sensory garden or trail. Some are passive places, designed to be restful, while others are designed to encourage activity or to be used within therapeutic or educational programmes.
We offer an innovative design package that offers a wide range of sensory experiences and ideas.
3 successful options Pugh-Lewis offers :-
Sensory Gardens – A specific area that incorporates a wide range of different sensory experiences. If designed well these spaces can provide a valuable resource for a wide range of uses from recreation to education – Case Study – St Giles Sensory garden – Retford
Sensory Trails – A range of experiences provided along a route, with more association with movement. It can provide orientation and interest between different spaces – Case Study – Hasland Primary School – Play/ Allotments &Woodland trail
Enhancing the overall landscape – This can apply to any space a client feels that there needs to be improvements to the overall or parts of their land. By thinking in new ways Pugh-Lewis is able to offer a variety of innovation landscape solutions and introduce dynamic planting schemes.