Landscape design and construction case study by O2 Landscapes The section of coastline that this house is located upon is a good example of the diversity of ecologies that characterises New Zealand’s flora. It shares many similarities with southeastern Australian ecologies, include a subtlety that sits well with many of our beliefs on planting design. Geologically, […]
Pots are a great way to create focal points and instant height in your garden. There are many styles that come and go over the years including aluminium, terracotta, stone and concrete. Atlantis pots have a classic timeless appeal and can look great on their own or in groups.
On 11th of March the gates for the first Christchurch-hosted Ellerslie International Flower Show open, promising “the biggest and the best show” in Ellerslie’s 14-year-old history. With more than 80 horticultural exhibits, the stage is set to develop the Southern Hemisphere’s largest garden show into one of the top five garden shows in the world, […]
Long-awaited approval has been given for Hook of Maui and Receding Waters – a dramatic sculptural ‘gateway’ to central Wellington from the north.Wellington City Council’s Strategy and Policy Committee has agreed that the project, started in 2003, should proceed to the construction stage.
A life-size caravan made entirely from Huntly Brick has been installed outside the Waikato Museum. ‘Holidays in Huntly’ is an eye-catching art piece created by renowned ceramic artist Peter Lange. The current Director of the Auckland Studio Potters’ Teaching Centre, Lange has several permanent exhibitions at notable venues including The Beehive, Auckland Museum, Auckland Botanical […]
The Wildflower Sculpture Exhibition in Hawke’s Bay was a symposium of work from over 32 sculptors. The gallery below is a selection of some of the work. For more information click here or contact us. View the gallery Here