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front path can represent
a wonderful journey. It providea an opportunity to enjoy and be part of
an intricate and intimate garden design. Flowers and foliage
contribute to the experience.
greenery and foliage ensures this
Asian-inspired courtyard garden provides a welcoming vista through out
coastal pool, pavilion, alfresco precinct
& garden designed by Scott Brown.
this interview with Scott about an unusual
garden & outdoor entertaining precinct nestled amongst the sand
dunes & coastal scrub of this modern home on Melbourne's
his team of professionals are
dedicated to meeting the needs of their clients. Landscape design
strategies are uniquely developed to cater for individual clients'
hopes & dreams.
Scott also offers a consultancy
for clients whose budgetary considerations may not
extend to a full design service.
Scott's landscape design strategies & philosophies for
gardens capitalise on the blending of both academic & practical
training and experience. He has designed in excess of 500 private
residential gardens in Melbourne, regional Victoria &
These have encompassed a vast range of styles & budgets, that
for the clients' spatial, functional, economic & aesthetic
Much of Scott's work has been featured in print as well as online
ideal backyard resort
A Home at Yellow™ article
the difficulties afforded to us by the
water restrictions, it has become increasingly important to take the
time to plan and design our outdoor environment.
Now more than ever, if
we fail to carefully plan our gardens, then we
plan to fail.
The good news is that, with some know how, we can still enjoy a green
and inviting garden
Scott's commissions encompass all facets of the outdoor landscape
ranging from small urban courtyards to large rural properties in
regional Victoria & even interstate. His work involves the
of entertaining areas, pools and spas, water features and most
importantly, the gardens themselves.
featuring alfresco dining, entertaining courtyard, swimming pool
Scott's knowledge of plants is
most important and allows his clients to enjoy their waterwise
in spite of
Victoria's drought conditions.
knowledge of plants also allows him to 'play' with the degree of
structure required to balance the area he designs. Scott maintains that
every outdoor space must reflect something of the owner, whilst
relating all structures, features and areas connecting the garden.
The objective is to achieve a "sense of place" in everything he
designs, regardless of the style or scale of the project.
A Home at Yellow™ article