A series of diverse, textural and dynamic “garden rooms” are the result of a close collaboration between architect and landscape architect and celebrate a life lived outdoors.
Dan Young began his landscape architecture practice with the help of friend and collaborator Paul Owen (Owen Architecture), working on a number of residential projects in Brisbane. Landscape Australia caught up with the duo to talk collaboration, private practice and planting design.
Featuring eclectic combinations of plant species, this garden in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs is an immersive space full of diversity and delight.
The Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers (AILDM) announced its annual awards in Sydney.
Trevor and Christina Kennedy have created a significant and substantial garden on their own private island near Bodalla on the South Coast of New South Wales.
The Towers Road garden by Taylor Cullity Lethlean fosters a ‘sense of embrace’ — a poetic garden of structured chaos.
Cassandra Chilton reviews the recent exhibition Shit Gardens of Melbourne II: A Celebration Not a Condemnation – an unofficial fringe event to the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
A former red-brick housing commission house in the bayside suburbs of Melbourne has been transformed by Mark Dymiotis to replicate the traditional village Mediterranean practices of his heritage.
Michael Wright and Catherine Rush visit a spectacular high-altitude, dry-climate garden in the south-west of the USA.
A horticultural postcard from Hauser & Wirth Somerset, an oasis of opportunism in a post-Brexit United Kingdom.
Dianne Firth reviews Wendy Whiteley and the secret garden, a book about the guerrilla garden that Wendy Whitely created on New South Wales State Railways land.
Two exhibitions currently on show at the State Library of NSW celebrate historic and contemporary Australian garden design.
A review of Oudolf Hummelo: A Journey Through a Plantsman’s Life.
In the inner-city Brisbane suburb of New Farm, Landscapology presents a compelling vision of a new-century rural garden.
The Mount Penang Gardens are considered an enduring and radical contribution to public garden design in Australia.
A contemporary pared-back garden that elides the distinction between gallery space and domestic living.
This lush Sydney villa garden is enriched by a collection of bespoke artworks.
An artful composition by landscape architects Sinatra Murphy on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
A spectacular garden by Taylor Cullity Lethlean and Paul Thompson explores the Australian identity.
Fresh Landscape Design has transformed a drought-ravaged property outside of Canberra into a resilient garden.