Garden Art Design was featured in the April edition of SALife Magazine, in the article ‘Balance + Composure.’ An excerpt from the article is included below: Creating a garden to showcase a grand Unley Park home was about finding the right balance between form and function. Words Zoe Howard Photographs Peter Hoare REMINISCENT OF A […]
Beautiful rose garden in Northgate Street, Unley Park.
Kate was delighted to assist Guillaume at La Madeleine café on Norwood Parade with a French style footpath planting – red Geraniums, Box hedging and standard Mandarins in large troughs, with Pomegranates and annual colour adding further greenery at the side entry. What a beautiful café, with exquisite food, superb coffee and a warm atmosphere. […]
Below are some recent photos of the work undertaken by Kate for “The Frames” in Paringa in the Riverland.
Garden Art Design has been featured in SAGardens Magazine, in the article ‘Suburban Sanctuary’ from the February 2015 edition. An excerpt from the article is included below: Shielded from surrounding streets by a collage of foliage, this corner block on the city fringe hides an urban oasis that blurs the lines between house and garden. […]
Dear Kate, I am sitting on our new wall drinking coffee in the sun and thinking – again – how pleased we are with your garden design. Craig from Piccadilly Landscapes did the hard landscaping in June and it looks fabulous. Since then we have taken out the builders rubble, replaced it with soil, and […]
Kate recently designed the landscape for the luxurious retreats “The Frames” in Paringa in the Riverland. An excerpt from the SALife article is included below: An Adelaide architect has designed a luxurious Riverland getaway that captures the unique beauty of its bush block setting and idyllic river views. Words Architecture Editor Lance Campbell Photographs Italo Vardaro. […]
A garden feature can be a fountain (see photos), a group or row of trees, a significant planting, a statue, urn, mirror or plaque. All are ways to visually “magnify” an area, attracting the eye and inviting comment. Gardens seem somehow smaller when there is nothing to reflect on between the house and the back […]