A Goldworthy Garden Installation By Nathan Burkett - we would like the sunken firepit area as suggested, but thought the herringbone aspect was unusual and rather nice. Like the canopy trees and layout
O prazer de se reconectar com a beleza do mundo, através do desenho, pintura e escultura
Achievable Gardens at MIFGS 2013 | GardenDrum 'Coastal Wave' Design Rohan Thorn Holmesglen TAFE What a beautiful double wall, with waves of bleached grey timber creating great space-stretching layering. It was hard to believe that this garden was exactly the same size as the others and it’s a good example of how leaving a central area open does not make a tiny area look bigger
Winner of the 2009 (Australian) National landscape of the year (under $ 100k). Designed by Cos Design. A three level water feature hides the yards utilities, while custom built in bench seating and furniture, built in BBQ, raised planter boxes and screening bamboo planting provide the aesthetics and functionality.