A large garden design for a charming 1930s Art Deco house in an established leafy suburb. The garden needed structure, privacy and a gentle push into modernity.

We have divided it into a number of functional open spaces: generous deck of Australian hardwood for entertaining, a private seating area to enjoy the sun, a concealed utilities area. Castlemaine slate is chosen to complement the period of the house.

The clients have a passion for interesting and unusual plants so we were spoilt for choice. The result is a beautiful, functional and changing garden where no matter what season there is always something interesting to see.

Landscape Construction – Profile Stonemasons
Photography – Andy Murray