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New Homes - Deakin

Other than the large Elm, the sloping front yard was a blank canvas surrounding this new contemporary home designed by Cox Architecture (winner of Malcolm Moir & Heather Sutherland award for residential architecture - ACT 2016). A simple palet...

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New Homes - Yarralumla 1

This new home on an old block, and a former display home for Better Building Services, allowed for the gardens to be an extension of the living areas. Travertine stone paving & lush gardens feature in the planted front courtyard, central en...

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New Homes - Griffith 2

This new home by DNA architects provided a clean slate for the design of the garden in this established suburb. Noteworthy features included the custom built swimming pool, synthetic timber decking, combined use of glass & flat top pool fen...

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Gardens (New Homes) Hughes 1

This steeply elevated block, carefuly redeveloped by DNA architects for a Better Building display home, featured a number of very large & established Gum trees. A swimming pool & spa were designed as a feature to the small rear yard, cu...

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Gardens (New Homes) Chapman 1

With the original home destroyed in the Canberra bushfires of 2003, the new house offered opportunities to connect the immediate surrounds & the distant views. The structural landscaping on this large & steep block links the house with ...

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Gardens (New Homes) Nicholls 1

The garden to this large contemporary home, echo's it's formality & geometry. Large stepping stone slabs, rendered brick walls, timber benches & decorative pebbles feature. Structural & textural evergreen plantings ballance the hard...

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Gardens (New Homes) Deakin 2

This structured garden endeavours to compliment the new contemporary home. Informal stone seating walls enclose a planted front courtyard, and paths wind through gravel beds & plantings. The Murrumbateman blue rock walls by Grant Blacker st...

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Gardens (New Homes) Jerrabomberra 1

A former display home constructed by Better Building Services, this resort style home is complimented with lush, generous gardens, & private pool come entertaining area. Retaining & feature walls of Nimitabel stone, constructed by MJ St...

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Gardens (New Homes) Duffy 1

This new house constructed after the Canberra bushfires sits high on a large and wedge shaped block. The front entertaining area overlooks a level grassed circle, screened to the road by deep planting beds. The rear yard is terraced with stone ...

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Gardens (new Homes) O'Malley 1

This new home on a recently developed block is situated opposite a nature reserve. The front yard features different textural elements such as stone walls, steel edging, river stones & architectural plantings. Gravel paths flow down to the ...

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Gardens (New Homes) Red Hill 3

Although technically an extension to this heritage home, the new works were extensive, encompassing a large pool area, multiple driveways, stone terracing, new gardens & grassed areas. 'Drystone style' Murrumbateman bluerock walls by Tony S...

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New Homes Nicholls 3

This large & steep corner block, was extensively terraced with Murrumbateman bluerock walls by Grant Blacker & fully landscaped by Contemporary Landscaping. 'Bink' off-white pavers, and crushed river pebbles feature throughout.

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New Homes - Nicholls 2

The steeply sloping front yard of this home presented a challenge to provide access from the street to the first floor entry & around to the driveway. Stone feature walls, paved steps & landings wind through densly planted beds. Peter M...

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