Jade Goto is a RHS Chelsea Flower Show award-winning landscape architect and garden designer. In 2012 the practice created The QR Code Garden for Chelsea Flower Show: a design that grabbed the public and media’s attention due to the cutting-edge combination of technology and horticulture. The following year the RHS presented Jade with Best in Show at BBC's Gardeners World for The Austerity Garden. The practice was founded by Jade Goto in 2010, after a career working for London-based landscape architectural firms on a variety of prestigious projects, including Candy & Candy’s Noho Square. Jade has a background and strong interest in culture and fine art, which feeds into the designs to create inventive and inspiring landscapes. Today, Jade Goto Landscape Studio is Brighton based and is currently undertaking commissions across the UK and internationally. Recent commissions have ranged from private garden spaces to public landscape projects.