| Ian Jakeway - Freelance Landscape and Garden Designer
Ian Jakeway is a freelance Landscape and Garden Designer working for Landscape Architects, Garden Designers and Architects throughout the UK.
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Ian has 10 years experience as a Landscape Designer, and a previous 18 years experience as a Graphic Designer, Visualiser and Illustrator.

A graduate of the University of Gloucestershire with a first class honours degree in Landscape Architecture, Ian was awarded the School of Environment Prize for Best Student in 2004. He then gained a Postgraduate Diploma and was accepted as a Licentiate Member of the Landscape institute.


DipMemCSD BA(Hons) DipLA

Licentiate Member of the Landscape Institute.

Registered with the LI Pathway to Chartership.

Ian has extensive experience in landscape and garden design; most notably in private country estates, new and redeveloped country houses, and small and large town houses. He also designs in the public realm, including leisure attractions both in the UK, and overseas. For landscape visualisation, concept designs and photomontage, Ian’s distinctive hand drawn and computer illustrations are sought-after by designers and architects alike.

Ian’s Approach
Design, Ian creates interactive gardens and places that fully utilise the space and its potential. Ensuring the client’s brief is fulfilled, whilst exceeding expectations and broadening possibilities. With attention to the details, his designs are inspiring and unique. He is particularly innovative and enthused by the integration of water and its use in the landscape.

Visualising and sketch views, Ian’s distinctive hand drawn sketches and drawings offer vivid representations of proposals.

Photomontage, Ian works to create an image of the completed or proposed space by taking into account textures and lighting; as well as the ‘imperfections of the moment’ that match it as close as possible to the real image.