Colin Ferns

    Former Principal of Cracknell London, Colin specialises in the development, visualisation and realisation of concept designs, using his 40 years’ experience in architecture, landscape and urban design from a variety of projects throughout the UK, Europe, India and the Middle East.

    His projects are predominantly in the hospitality and tourism and residential sectors, as well as community sports & leisure. A skilled draughtsman, Colin breathes life into many of Cracknell’s design concepts at an early stage delighting clients with his expressive and energetic vision

    John Hall

    John is a fully qualified Landscape Architect with over 33 years’ experience of working in
    both the public and private sector on some of the highest profile projects in Europe, the
    Middle East, Asia and the UK.

    Passionate about creating memorable destinations, he plays
    an active role in the creative process helping clients to realise their vision whilst at the same
    time seeking to embed sustainable design principles into the delivered destinations. He
    plays an active role in the management of the London office, driving design direction and
    quality, and helping to create great places for people to live, work and play.

    Nelsie Geografo

    Nelsie has worked for 23 years in the design and construction industry, 18 of which have been concentrated on Landscape Design in China. Her projects range from residential, mixed-use, commercial, institutional, and civic or open space which allows her to be flexible on any given design scope. As an Associate, her tasks not only include providing design concepts, development, and construction details, but also team management and creative problem solving to deliver bespoke and highly specific project requirements.

    Nelsie firmly believes that every landscape design project deserves careful attention and to be treated with passion, regardless of size and nature. In essence, it is the responsibility of the Landscape Designer to create habitable and accessible communities which not only respect the environment and practical needs of people but also importantly their culture.