Hackney based landscape and garden designer Miria Harris is making strides with her informal, contemporary and naturalistic approach to design. Prior to setting up her own practice in 2011, Harris worked as a design assistant at a leading British landscape design practice. Before that, she worked for 10 years as a contemporary art curator and producer – something that continues to inform her work to this day.
Her portfolio boasts a clutch of interesting residential and commercial projects under her belt, and collaborations with architects and interior designers including Studioilse, P-Joseph, Sergison Bates, Julian Harrap and Surman Weston. She has also been commissioned for bespoke floristry design and installations in venues that include Bethnal Green’s Town Hall Hotel and the award-winning pub The Marksman. Harris has also collaborated with artist photographer Ali Mobasser on a series of photographic artworks entitled Flowers.