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By Dean Herald, Danny Kildare

This superbly illustrated booklet takes the reader on a trip via a couple of notable gardens which were landscaped through certainly one of Australia's prime panorama designers, Dean bring in of 'Rolling Stone Landscapes'.

21st Century Residential panorama Design showcases over 20 designs produced by means of Dean, who has completed the top of the panorama layout in successful a gold medal on the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower exhibit in London and Australian Landscaper of the yr. the trendy residential panorama has replaced so dramatically during the last two decades with the indoor-outdoor suggestion turning into a dwelling house of the kinfolk domestic. combined with interesting parts for alfresco cooking/dining and the additional pleasure of a swimming pool layout, you have got a soothing surroundings and a personal retreat on your personal backyard—this is 21st Century Residential panorama Design.

The dating among backyard and water has regularly been a superb mixture as a result tranquillity and delight it grants via sight, sound and use.

Dean Herald has accomplished the top of the panorama layout in profitable a gold medal on the prestigious Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower express in London through the Queen

Between 2003 and 2011 Dean usher in and his hugely expert group have equipped seven express gardens and been offered a gold medal on every one social gathering, including 3 layout excellence awards on the Melbourne overseas Flower and backyard convey. additionally Australian Landscaper of the yr.

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The location of the pavilion ties in well with the swimming pool, with a simple rectangular shape to match the lines of the home and the square dimensions of the rear space. Custom-designed glass separates the spa from the pool, with the placement of the spa enabling a glimpse through to the Harbour Bridge at the front of the property. The pool’s infinity edge maximises its size and provides a stunning feature view from the lower games room of the house. The pool is fully covered with glass mosaic tiles for a continuous look and feel.

For a contemporary view from the study three elements were used: firstly, a simple water feature consisting of a cantilevered concrete plank that transports water to the lower pond; secondly, an organic stepping-stone path with a sitting area to contrast with the controlled lines of the home; and finally, to give a lush green carpet effect to the floor, a single species was used throughout: creeping boobialla (Myoporum parvifolium). 45 46 C O N T E M P O R A R Y D R E A M S 47 48 C O N T E M P O R A R Y D R E A M S 49 50 C O N T E M P O R A R Y D R E A M S 51 52 C O N T E M P O R A R Y D R E A M S 53 The owners of this property enjoy stunning views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from the front living areas of their home.

The view through the outer glass walls of the study evokes an impression of being within the garden. The surrounding outer garden walls are clad in travertine stone to define the space and continue the material palette used within the home. For a contemporary view from the study three elements were used: firstly, a simple water feature consisting of a cantilevered concrete plank that transports water to the lower pond; secondly, an organic stepping-stone path with a sitting area to contrast with the controlled lines of the home; and finally, to give a lush green carpet effect to the floor, a single species was used throughout: creeping boobialla (Myoporum parvifolium).

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