Mt Eden Garden

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The site was very narrow and angled, but the house design created not only a delightful home, but also excellent opportunities for garden making. The rear garden includes a small lawn and features a two large lava outcrops.  The front gardens comprise the approach to the house up a series of stepped decks, and under a pergola to be clad in Mandevilla and Thunbergia vines. The client was keen to make the best of Central Auckland's very warm, sheltered and humid climate by using sub-tropical planting character which harmonised well with the architecture and building materials.

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Bamboo cladding to walls and fences harmonises with use of timber in strctures
The linear approach to the house is emphasised by the rhythm of steps and arches
The existing oak was well intergarted to become a key feature linking house and garden
Sub-tropical planting thrives in the sheletered space between buildings

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Mt Eden Garden

The site was very narrow and angled, but the house design created not only a delightful home, but also excellent opportunities for garden making. The rear garden includes a small lawn and features a two large lava outcrops.  The front gardens comprise the approach to the house up a series of stepped decks, and under a pergola to be clad in Mandevilla and Thunbergia vines. The client was keen to make the best of Central Auckland's very warm, sheltered and humid climate by using sub-tropical planting character which harmonised well with the architecture and building materials.

Visit professional's website
Enquire about the process / fees
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Bamboo cladding to walls and fences harmonises with use of timber in strctures
The linear approach to the house is emphasised by the rhythm of steps and arches
The existing oak was well intergarted to become a key feature linking house and garden
Sub-tropical planting thrives in the sheletered space between buildings

Professionals used on this project

Also from NICK ROBINSON landscape architecture . garden design

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Mt Eden Garden

The site was very narrow and angled, but the house design created not only a delightful home, but also excellent opportunities for garden making. The rear garden includes a small lawn and features a two large lava outcrops.  The front gardens comprise the approach to the house up a series of stepped decks, and under a pergola to be clad in Mandevilla and Thunbergia vines. The client was keen to make the best of Central Auckland's very warm, sheltered and humid climate by using sub-tropical planting character which harmonised well with the architecture and building materials.

Visit professional's website
Enquire about the process / fees
Contact details
Bamboo cladding to walls and fences harmonises with use of timber in strctures
The linear approach to the house is emphasised by the rhythm of steps and arches
The existing oak was well intergarted to become a key feature linking house and garden
Sub-tropical planting thrives in the sheletered space between buildings
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