À propos de Clare Oberon - Architecte paysagiste et designer

Clare Oberon studied Architecture in England. When she arrived in Paris at the end of the 1980s, she worked as an architect at Jérôme Brunet And Eric Saunier, then at Francis Soler.

In the mid-90s she returned to her first passion and settled in Brittany as a landscape architect. Since then, she has worked on a wide range of projects, from the smallest courtyards and terraces to large parks (notably for nearly 10 years at the Péhou park on the banks of the Rance).

She attaches great importance to the choice of plants in order to find a natural balance so that each garden can evolve harmoniously over the years. His first garden in the Côtes d'Armor has been visited and photographed a lot for the richness of its plant palettes and its atmosphere.


We work mainly in the 'Côtes-d'Armor' and 'Ille et Villaine' areas, with many projects on the coast between St Malo, Dinard and the 'Trégor'.

We also do city gardens and terraces: Rennes, Dinan, Saint Brieuc....

But we work elsewhere in France, notably in the Aude region, and also in Brussels.

Do not hesitate to call me to discuss your project.

À propos de nos services de conception - Architecte paysagiste et designer
À propos de nos services de conception - Architecte paysagiste et designer

Each garden project is unique and we offer services adapted to your needs by favoring in- depth dialogue. An initial consultation allows us to define the brief and explain the different phases going from sketch design to completion and the ongoing care of your garden:

  • Design consultancy
  • Sketch Design
  • Master plan
  • Final project plan
  • 3D visuals
  • Technical details
  • Site supervision
  • Full project management
  • Plant sourcing
  • Planting plans
  • Setting out of plants
  • Management consultancy

We can cover just one or all of these services, in the short term or spread over time. As far as possible we like to follow the completion of a project so that the result meets our vision and your expectations.

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