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KLC Garden Design Diploma Exhibition

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Jane Knight, Head of Landscape Design at the Eden Project and Annie Guilfoyle, Director of Garden Design at KLC

Rebecca Lemonius, owner of Long Barn, the first married home of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, announced the historical project winner at a Garden Design Diploma Exhibition held this month to celebrate the work of KLC School of Design students. Chloe Wilmot’s winning design (shown below) will be implemented at Long Barn in the New Year.

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Rebecca Lemonius and Chloe Wilmot

Representatives from the Eden Project were also on hand to present winners’ medals for re-designs of the entrance and the area around the Mediterranean Biome at Eden– the project for the 2013 KLC Alumni Competition. Medals were presented for a range of leading designs including those by Anoushka Feiler and Katharina Niki (Her design is shown above.).

“Yet again the students surpassed my expectations. They all worked incredibly hard this year to produce work of the highest standard. I am always immensely proud to stand back and see the reaction to their hard work from potential employers and clients alike, “commented KLC’s Director of Garden Design, Annie Guilfoyle.

Greenfingers, a charity dedicated to providing inspiring gardens for hospices, was announced as the client for the 2014 Alumni Competition.

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