Darryl is a feature writer for Garden Design Journal and has been published in The Guardian, Homes & Gardens, The English Garden, Pro Landscaper, The Garden and RSA Journal.
Empire State of Mind
Darryl Moore discovers the breadth of new public landscape projects inspired by the success of Manhattan’s High Line
Man of Mystery
Designer Cleve West draws from memory and experience to create complex, alluring spaces. By Darryl Moore
Wined and Dined
Darryl Moore explores the Bhudevi Estate, a contemporary vineyard and gardens in Marlborough, New Zealand.
New Zealand Natives
A surprising number of plants from the other side of the world will thrive in the UK. These are some of the best.
Ecological planting design isn’t easy or
accessible, says advocate Thomas Rainer, but those willing to experiment can lead the way
A Matter of Scale
Darryl Moore reflects on the impressive career of Dan Pearson, and his increasing involvement with public spaces
The Art of Philanthropy
Alan Gibbs’ passions for landscape and site-specific art combine to make his New Zealand farm much more than a sculpture park. Darryl Moore takes a closer look Gibbs Farm, host to works by a roster of celebrated artists
Robert Irwin: California Light
Artist Robert Irwin’s work breaks down the barriers between art and landscape, shown clearly in his work for two high profile Los Angeles gardens: The Getty Centre and Los Angeles County Museum of Art
With his heart set on making a big impression, the owner of this former rectory in Northamptonshire has crafted an inspirational pleasure garden fit for the 21st century.
A Capital Adventure
London design festival Cityscapes is set to become an annual event, running from May to October. Co-organiser Darryl Moore explains the thinking behind it, and looks back at previous projects.
Onwards and Upwards
Skyrise planting suits Singapore’s climate and landscape. Darryl Moore reports on the progress of its 15-year plan to become a ‘City in a Garden’ and Upwards.
Designing Community Gardens
What role can garden designers play when it comes to community spaces, asks Darryl Moore
Darryl Moore looks at the upcoming work of Tom Stuart-Smith, a strong believer in the idea that design is a form of cultural exploration
Darryl Moore explores the work of self-taught New Zealand Designer and maverick Ted Smyth, whose work has come to international attention in recent years
The garden design scene in Auckland, New Zealand, is thriving. Darryl Moore looks at the work of three Kiwi designers who are blazing a trail for the industry down under.
One Planet, Many Landscapes
French designer Gilles Clément’s gardens reflect profound ecological concerns and a desire to work in accordance with nature, writes Darryl Moore.
Sense and Sensibility
Darryl Moore takes a look at the work of Indian landscape designer Aniket Bhagwat.
Darryl Moore reviews Bilbao Jardín 2011, which creates 20 personal conceptions of modern gardening in the city
Since her iconic, provocative Bagel Garden, Martha Schwartz has continued to challenge the world of landscape design with her unique approach
Gardens by the Bay
Bustling, cosmopolitan Singapore is a true ‘Garden City’. Darryl Moore looks at an ambitious project that is offering city dwellers an urban jungle in which to relax and be educated