Green Space Design & Landscaping
Green Space works hand-in-hand with architects, builders and gardeners to offer a bespoke design and building service that will help transform your outdoor space. Working with clients from concept and design through to construction and planting, founder Sean Newbery will make sure your vision is brought to life. Over the past few weeks we have worked with Sean to create a new website that he can be proud of and will help him grow his business in the years to come.
Sean studied landscape design at CPUT in Cape Town and has over 10 years of residential landscaping experience in the industry, both locally and in the United Kingdom. He has a passion and drive to create spaces to relax and entertain friends and family – using only the best quality plants and materials. He is excited for Green Space to grow even more and achieve its full potential - and understands that connecting and interacting with possible and existing clients through his website is an important part of taking his business to the next level.
While creating the website, we worked closely with Sean to get his input and capture the essence of what Green Space can offer clients. The website is user-friendly and easy to navigate, and the simplicity and sophistication of the site perfectly captures the services that they offer.
th“In my quest to take my newly established company online, Yellow Door Collective came to the rescue and provided a professional and flawless process from start to finish. I am really impressed with the website design and layout they have selected following our meeting together. I can highly recommend this professional team to take your company’s image to the next level.” – Sean Newbery, Green Space owner
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