Eastern InfluenceContemporary Garden, Sydney

Rolling Stone Landscapes

Design ideas for a contemporary garden in Sydney. —  Houzz
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Janet Dunn added this to Charmed Circles: Bring Serenity to Your Garden With a Moon Gate31 December 2016

Asian fusionMany modern generically ‘Asian-style’ gardens make use of circular openings and motifs to convey an Eastern feel. In this Sydney garden, in response to a client’s wish for an Asian aesthetic, Dean Herald from Rolling Stone Landscapes fused classic elements of rocks, bamboo and water with a contemporary stone wall, a moon aperture and Japanese maples.

Kerryn Ramsey added this to The Seduction of Outdoor Sculptures, Screens and Installations12 September 2014

Eastern influence. This expansive backyard has been transformed into a stunning Zen-influenced garden. The impressive water feature works as a visual end point, and the entertaining area is positioned close by so the owners and their guests can appreciate the soothing sounds of water running.

Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to So Your Garden Style Is: Japanese24 July 2014

Use Japanese motifs in a modern wayIn this Eastern-inspired garden in Sydney, the designer has used classic elements of Japanese gardens – rocks, a moon gate, water, Japanese maples and bamboo. But he has cleverly adapted them to a more contemporary style so the garden is a fusion of both influences.

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Kylie Kamprad added this to Garden ideas21 September 2021

love the hedge and the small plants in garden so it's easier to maintain

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