Sadly we are no longer able to hold this event at the Sainsbury Laboratory Auditorium, due to COVID restrictions. We are delighted however that Tom has agreed to provide the lecture online. Joining instructions will be emailed a few days before the event.
Tom Stuart-Smith is a landscape architect whose work combines naturalism with modernity and built forms with romantic planting. He has designed gardens, parks and landscapes throughout the world.
His clients have included the Royal Horticultural Society, the Royal Academy of Arts and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
He has also designed eight award winning gardens for the Chelsea Flower Show, all of which were presented with gold medals and three ‘Best in Show’.
Tom regularly gives talks and lectures, and continues to write occasionally for the Guardian, Financial Times and Daily Telegraph, amongst others. He is a Vice President of the Royal Horticultural Society, a trustee of the Garden Museum, Garden Advisor at RHS Wisley, an Honorary Fellow of the RIBA and a Fellow of the Landscape Institute.
In May 2021, Thames & Hudson published a critical monograph of his work, written by Tim Richardson, which features twenty-four gardens from around the world.