Tranquilo Landscapes was formed in 2010 by Olly Sharpe and is a young and fresh company based in Bristol that designs and builds exceptional outdoor spaces.

At Tranquilo Landscapes we pride ourselves on the attention to detail and high quality finish of all of our work, whatever the size or style of the project.

Our ethos is to give you as ‘tranquilo’ an experience as possible.

We will be there when we say we will be there; we will not make unnecessary loud noise; we will leave a clean and tidy site at the end of each day. Most of all, we will create the garden/outdoor space you have dreamed of.

Where possible, we source all of our materials through local suppliers. 

  Olly is the person you will be dealing with from   the very first consultation through to the   completion of construction and planting. He   designs, manages and works on the build team. Olly   has extensive practical experience in all aspects   of landscaping in addition to formal design   training. After graduating from the University of   Sheffield with BA(Honours) Landscape Design and     Planning, Olly developed his construction and   project management skills working for several   high-end Landscape companies in London and Sydney. His creativity, originality and practicality mean that he is able to design to your specific needs, tastes and budget, whatever they may be.  

  Chris is the Senior Team Leader and manages day to   day activity on site. Since qualifying in Landscape   Design and Construction, Chris has worked in the   industry for the last 35years. He has a wealth of   experience in all aspects of landscaping. Chris's   experience, superb working knowledge and keen eye   for detail has been a great asset to our team since   he joined in 2018. 

  Josh joined Tranquilo in 2016 as an apprentice. He   has since qualified and has developed his all round   landscaping skills to become an integral and valued   part of our construction team. 






For an idea of the sorts of projects we work on, please view the portfolio pages. Please note that it is not exhaustive but merely indicative.