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Our Work

We believe the quality of our projects and meeting or exceeding our customers’ expectations is paramount. Below is a showcase of some recent creations. We encourage you to look around to see if any of these opportunities spark inspiration. Email, or give us a call to discuss how we can help you realise your vision.

Ashfield, Sydney NSW

Our client wanted to have a garden that enabled both individual enjoyment and enough space for large family gatherings. Their garden was also being used for fitness and to accommodate a private hobby of producing hybrid orchids. This hobby was a relaxing activity for our client to wind down with after a challenging days work.

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Woolooware, Sydney NSW​

We were tasked with designing a space to accommodate large spontaneous gatherings after a long day or days out on the sea. This family home needed to transform at a moments notice and welcome the crew to unwind, rejoice, brag or learn for the next race. This home was the gathering spot, and this was clear.

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Paddington, Sydney CBD

Our client wanted to a bring visual and physical connection of their homes internal and external rooms. The goal was to a sanctuary for intimate rest and relaxation along with family gatherings. Investing in the home needed to enable both physical enjoyment and also contribute to the asset strength when placed on the market for sale at a later date.

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Dolans Bay, NSW

The clients brief was to absorb the flavours of the new home and design a garden that gave cohesiveness to the home supporting various elements of pathways, the swimming pool, shade structures and green lush garden settings. Finally, the garden had to give the ability for the family to relax and enjoy with comparative privacy due to their busy working professions.

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Kellyville, Sydney NSW

This home was designed yes, but with no consideration of the land abound, the pool was designed yes but with no consideration of the land abound and so on.

We had to work with some very important assets and that being the home and the pool and the elements abound re-designed making the home, the pool and the garden carry the feel of it being designed by one person so bringing completeness and removing the sharper edges.

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Burraneer, Sydney NSW

As you entered the front gate you found yourself walking through the pathways watching more your footing than the garden abound. This was a beautiful home with beautiful distant views of the waters of Port Hacking but not such a beautiful garden setting. You could say the disharmony between the picture frame and the picture it supported.

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Illawong, Sydney NSW

The clients brief was simple if there is such a thing with this land terrain ‘I want my daughter to be able to get married and have her reception within the garden’. The next wish was ‘The wedding is in a few months’ time’. Wow, talk about a challenge!

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Erskineville, Sydney NSW

Our client waned to generate a sense of privacy and security and one of a multi-functional atmosphere to her side path. She wanted to not feel as-though she didn’t have to be inside because there was no outside.

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Oatley, Sydney NSW

A home that sat on land of approximately 1900m2 and of and with land contour changes of huge differences falling from front to back. The back drop garden consisted of an old patio, meandering steps and paths all the ways down to the water edge of the Georges River. Access to the rear garden was very challenging needing the thought of both craneage and barge involvement.

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