The Block 2019 Oslo: Courtyard reveals
It wasn’t just Jesse and Mel’s eight metre high tiled feature wall that scored them a win for Courtyard Week. In terms of form and function, the couple absolutely knocked it out of the park.
The latest landscaping trend to take over outdoor pavers
Crazy paving might sound like a cheap alternative to a full-scale landscaping job but it’s not only a bona fide design resolution for a stone finish, it’s a trend that continues to gain ground in homes taking outdoor spaces to a spectacular spaces to relax, entertain and enjoy.
A backyard garden designed for outdoor living
When Matt Cantwell first saw this rear garden in Sydney's north, it was overgrown and dated. Pebblecrete stepping stones led through a "1970s-era native rainforest" and there was little connection to the house. Once the pebblecrete was removed, this Sydney garden could be rezoned for outdoor living.
A tropical garden in the heart of Melbourne
Landscaper John Couch has created a tropical garden in Melbourne's south east by mimicking a tropical rainforest setting with its own microclimate. Essential for the success of the garden were the palms: Alexander, Bangalow and cabbage-tree varieties now stand tall in trios and clusters throughout, creating the all-important tall canopy.
Persisches Bauhaus in Suffolk - Wohnhaus von BHSF Architekten in Großbritannien
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DangarBarinSmith on Instagram: “Pyrus so. and gravel circle, Balmain project”
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Paul Bangay in Sydney - GardenDrum
Until recently, Paul Bangay’s garden designs for the uber-rich were mostly found in the posh suburbs of Melbourne or Victorian country estates, including his own ‘Stonefields’ garden. In … Continue reading →