8th September 2006: Internationally renowned landscape and garden designer Arabella Lennox-Boyd has appointed Four to handle public relations for both her thriving London-based practice, and to raise the profile of her exquisite house near Rome, Palazzo Parisi, which is available for rentals. Five times Gold Medal winner at Chelsea, Arabella Lennox-Boyd has been a landscape designer for the past thirty years. Her practice in central London has handled more than 400 commissions, ranging from small town gardens to large, historical formal country landscapes. She has also written three books: Traditional English Gardens (1989); Private Gardens of London (1993); and in May 2002 Designing Gardens. Arabella Lennox-Boyd's public appointments in landscape and horticulture are numerous: she served as a Trustee of Kew Gardens for nine years and was a member of The Historic Parks and Gardens Panel of English Heritage. Currently, she is a Trustee of Castle Howard Arboretum Trust, a patron of both Painshill Park Trust and the Martin McLaren Horticultural Scholarship and a member of the Royal Horticultural Society's Floral B Committee. In addition, she has given lectures on her work in the UK, France, Italy and the USA. Projects in the UK include the National Trust Gardens at Ascott House and Sheringham Hall, a roof garden at Number One Poultry in the heart of the City of London and the gardens at Eaton Hall, Cheshire. Overseas, Arabella and her team have unrivalled expertise working across all climate zones, and have worked on projects in France, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, Texas, Mexico, Barbados, Canada and the USA. Marion Hardman, who heads the property team at Four, will be working to build and extend the excellent reputation the practice has established since its inception. Lis Griffiths, who heads the travel team, will be creating opportunities to raise the profile of Palazzo Parisi as an exclusive holiday retreat. Dick Lumsden, managing director of Four's marketing division, along with creative director Adrian Shawcross, will be working with Arabella Lennox-Boyd to create a new website for Palazzo Parisi.