Understanding the fundamentals to deliver successful outcomes combining designed outdoor environments with lifestyle and sustainability in a collaborative process to achieve objectives.
A formal french inspired garden designed to enhance the architecture of the new building.
The garden is designed with a formal water feature in the front entrance. Bluestone paving leads to and around the house bordered by Buxus hedges, roses and Gardenias. A more informal rear outdoor living space with decking, pond and vegetable boxes enhance the outlook from the main living area.
Monash University Courtyard, Victoria
Creating an outdoor environment for the staff and clients of the Legal services department.
The outdoor space is designed to connect and draw people into the space while enhancing the newly built building. The landscape is designed around the established Eucalyptus tree which is the focal point. Built on several levels the design provides areas for recreation, socialising and relaxation. The plant species selected enhance the architecture and area while providing a sustainable, low maintenance character.
Dementia therapy garden, Baptcare Whynham, Werribee
This therapy garden is designed for the dementia patients, to ignite the senses and provide therapy, activities and a sense of wellbeing.
The design elements included are sustainability, orientation, accessibility, socialisation, meaningful activity, reminiscence, sensory stimulation and safety.