One of the most interesting challenges associated with designing gardens for progressive buildings is bedding them back into the context of the neighbourhood in which they are situated, writes Philip Smith from O2 Landscapes.
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Lyndell Shannon talks to us about her journey from studying fashion to her successful career as a Landscape Designer.
Part 2 of Philip Smith’s essay on the adaptation of Northern European naturalistic planting model to NZ.
The following essay was presented by Philip Smith (o2 Landscapes) at the International Plant Propagators’ Society conference in Auckland. Below is the first of the two part essay. Pluralism in design Modern culture (and particularly design) seems to be heavily concerned with reinventing almost everything. This has been evident in New Zealand gardens, where we [...]
Philip Smith from O2 Landscapes designs a Te Mata Peak garden using a distinctive range of plants, including species found nowhere other than on the Peak itself.