Landscape Design

Joanne Green Is Hiring!

Looking for enthusiastic & dynamic Landscape Site Foreman & Tradesman to join our Award winning Landscape Construction Team Multiple positions available Opportunity for career progression within the company You will be working with a highly skilled and passionate team Above award wages   Most of our projects are located on the northern beaches, north shore or eastern suburbs. Our project scope is varied from h...

Read more Posted on 19 September 2016 at 6:46am
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Duffys Forest Luxury Estate Gardens

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CYwlKFjTpxk   This afternoon take a break and loose yourself in one of our gardens. Our Duffy's Forest project is currently up for sale and Sydney Country Living has put together an incredibly beautiful video of the residence. This luxury 5 acre estate is one of our favourite projects, a 5 bedroom contemporary pavilion style residence with relaxed indoor / outdoor entertainment spaces, 25m mosaic tile...

Read more Posted on 21 June 2016 at 6:19am
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BILGOLA GARDEN TRANSFORMATION

See the transformation of our Bilgola Plateau Project start to finish.     Thank you for reading. If you require any further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us or leave a comment below.   Photo's by Angela Neylon Interior Designer...

Read more Posted on 1 July 2015 at 4:11am
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RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015

The Chelsea Flower Show, our absolute favourite garden event of the year. Here we share with you our favourite gardens from the show.   The Morgan Stanley Healthy Cities Garden Designed by Chris Beardshaw Built by Keith Chapman Landscapes Award: Gold   The Break through Breast Cancer Garden Designed by Ruth Willmott Built by Cube 1994 Award: Best Fresh Garden / Silver   The Time In Be...

Read more Posted on 17 June 2015 at 12:32am
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Landscape Design Tip – Scale in the Landscape

What do we mean by scale? It’s something that is difficult to define and has no rules set in stone. What may be perceived as appropriate for one site/space, might be seen as totally unsuitable for another similar site/space. Often, the success of a design can rest on getting this principal right. To simplify scale with regards to landscape design, it could be said there are two aspects to it:   1. Relative scale being the relationshi...

Read more Posted on 3 June 2015 at 1:25am
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Olive Grove Garden by Jacqueline Morabito

   Jacqueline Morabito, acclaimed designer of interiors, lighting, objects and jewellery – this woman can do it all. Even design gardens, or should I say especially gardens. The Grove, Jacqueline Morabito's retreat, is situated on the French Riviera north of Nice. A poetic transformation of a 16th century ruin, the garden was inspired by the ancient olive trees that lace the property. Due to the use of local materials and plants the ga...

Read more Posted on 9 April 2015 at 12:42am
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Clive Street Residence by Landscape Designer Stephan Stimson

Clive Street Residence, Brookline, Massachusetts designed by Landscape Architect Stephan Stimson. The brief was to create a landscape that could handle a large play lawn for athletic use, a pool area, kitchen garden and terraces for entertaining. What eventuated is a series of landscapes that create connections between architecture and the spaces between them. A formal garden at its centre, the planting subtly dissolves into the surrounding ...

Read more Posted on 1 April 2015 at 2:54am
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Artarmon Courtyard by Joanne Green Landscape and Interior

   The Brief  for this Artarmon Courtyard was for an elegant and tastefully luxurious low maintenance garden. Our client wanted a beautiful space for passive relaxation and to entertain a small gathering of friends. This Artarmon courtyard started off as concrete slab and what we created was a clean and crisp design that complements the simple contemporary style of the interior. Using modern natural stone and precision sawn western red c...

Read more Posted on 19 March 2015 at 5:31am
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Barcelona Botanical Gardens

A tour through the Mediterranean, the Jardín Botánico de Barcelona (Barcelona Botanical gardens). Created by a multidisciplinary team including Architects Carlos Ferrater and Joseph Lluis Canosa, Landscape Architect Bet Figueras, Horticulturalist Artur Bossy and Biologist Joan Pedrola. Featuring plants from the worlds 5 Mediterranean regions the botanical garden maps out each region and then within the region groups plants according to...

Read more Posted on 17 March 2015 at 6:25am
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Stone Edge Farm by Landscape Architect Andrea Cochran

Stone edge farm, designed by landscape architect Andrea Cochran is situated in the Sonoma Valley, California. Aptly named due to its unique location over an alluvial plane. The site is the private residence for the owners; the estate includes a commercial vineyard, an olive orchid and an organic garden. In 2001 the owners purchased an additional 3.5 acres of land next to their residence.   It was important that the new garden be d...

Read more Posted on 11 March 2015 at 5:55am
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