This project demonstrates an extensive mastery of all aspects of hard and soft landscape construction. With a clear mandate from the client to ensure the landscape complimented the architects design. We were tasked to deliver a soft and light landscape which belies a technically complex landscape beneath the surface

The soft landscaping was developed to achieve a lush resort-like feel. The hardscaping had a lot of Garonne stone specified in the build, which was also incorporated into the garden areas – without overdoing it. Off-form concrete was introduced into the firepit, pool bar, and used for steppers across the design.

Domic (Russian for House of Domes), is an off-the-grid eco lair on the doorstep of Noosa National Park overlooking the Pacific Ocean that puts landscape architecture in the driving seat of high-end residential design. The house is nestled into the sand dune wrapping its roof and walls in a blanket of natural vegetation endemic to the area as the client’s request was for a seamless flow from the National park into the house.

A relaxing retreat for these Berwick homeowners, this stunning backyard oasis is a relaxing retreat with plenty of functional amenity. Striking hard landscape features such as custom brass water feature spouts and a steel blade pool fence are softened by hundreds of trees, shrubs and groundcovers, creating a lush, tropical feel in this relaxing family oasis.