Collection 25

Rich, colourful planting, impressive structures and a broad meandering path of gravel, then prick and finally stone that takes visitors on a subtle transitional journey.


Collection 28

The high-rise building is adorned with lush vines and shrubs, creating a unique and refreshing sight in the midst of the urban jungle. The upper floors of the building are enveloped by cascading vines and bushy shrubs, forming a verdant and inviting canopy. The tall greenery extends along the windows and balconies, framing a distinctive and vibrant scene amidst the other high-rise buildings. The dense foliage of vines and shrubs, with their broad leaves, forms a thin layer of natural green, providing a cool and refreshing atmosphere, purifying the air, and serving as a unique highlight of this building in the urban landscape.


Collection 29

Australia is a vast country with a diverse range of landscapes and climates, which makes it an exciting challenge for architects and landscape designers to create homes and gardens that are both functional and beautiful. Australian homes and gardens have a unique character that reflects the country's natural features and climate, and designers have developed a range of strategies and techniques to make the most of these features. One of the defining features of Australian gardens and homes is the harsh climate. The country is prone to droughts, heatwaves, and bushfires, which means that gardens and homes need to be designed to withstand these conditions. One of the most important strategies for coping with the Australian climate is to choose plants that are adapted to the local environment. Native Australian plants, such as Eucalyptus, Acacia, and Banksia, are well-suited to the Australian climate, and they are a common feature in many Australian gardens

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