Gibbon Street Residence by Cavill Architects - Habitus House of the Year
The Gibbon St house by Cavill Architects is nominated for the Habitus House of the Year Award. The contemporary extension and renovation of a traditional Queenslander is integrally connected the natural and architectural landscape, with deep roots in the past.
Skinny Bondi — Fieldwork Associates
This tiny garden illustrates how considered planting can bring beauty and function to a disused space. The young couple that owns this garden apartment wanted to take advantage of the building setback by transforming it into the main access to their apartment. Constructed - 2015 Project Design - Christopher Owen Construction - David Murphy Maintenance - Bespoke Gardens Photography - Brigid Arnott
Mirror House, Woollahra - Secret Gardens Landscape Architecture
This project was a collaborative effort with Bruce Stafford Architects and the second with this same client. The site is perched 80 metres above the ocean with dramatic and uninterrupted views to the east. Our garden design and layout are clean and simple and encourages movement from inside to out and across the site.
Outdoor Designer Store on Instagram: “A carefully crafted canopy of flourishing foliage 🌿 @formlandscaping . . . . . . #gardendesign #lifestyle #exteriordesign #outdoorspace…”
2,505 Likes, 20 Comments - Outdoor Designer Store (@outdoordesignerstore) on Instagram: “A carefully crafted canopy of flourishing foliage 🌿 @formlandscaping . . . . . . #gardendesign…”
greencube garden and landscape design, UK
Designed by Cleve West, a magical space with walls retaining at seat level, so wherever you walk you can pause, sit and enjoy, I managed to gain access to Cleve's garden and even had a brief chat with him. I loved it even more once in the space. The star plant at the show for me is most certainly Dianthus cruentus, with its crimson flowers which looked wonderful in amongst the cotswold stone, with its elegant stems and deep red flower. The statuesque columns, the wonderful dry stone walls…