Here you will find a collection of articles on various topics relating to residential landscaping, including tips, information on the process of building a new garden, as well as information about what we've been getting up to lately.
Our recently completed Roseville garden was opened to the public for the Hidden festival of outdoor design. After lots of wonderfull feedback from visitors who loved the garden we had a call from Better Homes and Gardens wanting to feature the garden as part of the show on TV.
The recently completed Roseville garden will be opened up to the public on the weekend of April 5th & 6th as part of Hidden, Festival of Outdoor Design. The festival is a series of private gardens created by some of Sydney's leading designers being opened to the public. If you want to sneak a look at some beautiful Sydney gardens that may never be opened to the public again head to the hidden website and buy a ticket. Ticket sales from the event will be raising money for the charity Moorambilla Voices.
Featured in Houzz article: In the style of Henri Matisse
"One thing above all that we can learn from Matisse is how different shapes can be used within a defined boundary. By studying his cutouts, we can learn how to simplify our designs, creating a perfect structure of balance and scale without getting into details that can sidetrack the designs."
Art in Green had a great night at the LNA Landscape Excellence Awards night, winning the award for Resdiential $75,000 - $150,000. Adding to the excitement we were also a finalist for the Landscape Construction of the Year award.
With the 2012 LNA Excellence Awards on tonight, I thought I’d take to this new soshall med-e-a that the young folk are soo nuts for. My understanding is the need to use terms such as Down-low, Like.. realy cool, and OMG. I’m not sure though, if I need to use them in any specific context or rather in a paragraph early in the piece to make me look Street, lol......
A great way to add some texture to a garden is to build walls using stone. The walls themselves go beyond simply creating the structure of the garden and become a a feature of the garden. In the case of our recent Hunters Hill garden the stone walls are one of the dominant featured aspects of the garden...