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Luxurious Waterside Living
The landscape aim for this project is to create a high quality landscape setting that identifies the site as a luxurious waterside residential address.
What is Green Plot Ratio (GPR) ? – Sustainable Urban Planning
Green Plot Ratio (GPR) provides a quantitative assessment of the amount of vegetation and open spaces in relation to built-up areas. GPR is an important tool used to promote environmental sustainability and enhance the quality of urban living.
The Importance of Using Australian Native Plants in Landscape Architecture
Australia’s unique and diverse ecosystem is home to a vast array of native plants that have evolved over millions of years to adapt to its specific climate and soil conditions. These native plants play a crucial role in maintaining ecological balance, supporting biodiversity, and preserving the country’s natural heritage.
Green Walls and Vertical Gardens – Time to Make a Difference
‘Buildings that Breath’, ‘Green Walls’, ‘Vertical Gardens’ or ‘Podium Landscapes’…whatever you want to call them, these landscape elements are an important aspect of modern Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
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The planting palette provides a variety of texture, colour and clipped form which at maturity will be massed in long straight lines for a ‘classic’ feel.
The landscape design enhances the decorative architectural exterior components through the use of strong character species selections and finishes selections.
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