House Nerd - Ariane Prevost HomeContemporary Garden, Perth

Design ideas for a contemporary backyard shaded garden in Perth with brick pavers. —  Houzz
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robynverboon wrote:2May,2015
  • gemleo

    I would also like to know the Product name and supplier -thanks Kerry Leitch

  • Sue Foster-Clarke
    Can you please provide me with contact details for the screen.

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laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Design added this to 12 Outdoor Screen Ideas That Are Pretty and Private13 November 2016

7. Laser-cut metal Becoming more common in garden design, artistic screens made of laser-cut metal can be used to separate garden rooms, screen a spa or hide landscape bins. Mount them a few centimetres in front of a wall and add lights in the evening to appreciate the shadows cast by the metalwork. For this home in Perth, WA, a laser-cut screen with a swirling, almost nautilus-like design provides privacy at the front entrance.10 uses for laser-cut screens at home

carolbucknell
Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Design Workshop: How to Choose Your Garden Walls and Fences13 April 2016

Laser-cut metal screensThese screens are great for dressing up an existing wall or creating a semi-transparent screen between areas of the garden. Patterns can be cut to your own design, adding a one-off element to the garden. They’re usually seen in contemporary gardens, but can work just as well in a traditional design, especially if the pattern reflects an existing decorative detail of the house or the era.PROS: The designs can be personalised, they take up less space than solid screens or walls, and allow light and air to enter the garden. CONS: They’re at the more expensive end of boundary or screening structures.10 uses for laser-cut screens at homeYOUR SAYTell us about your material of choice for garden walls and fences in the Comments below.MOREHow to Bring Your Front Fence Back to LifeDesign Workshop: How to Analyse Your Outdoor SiteFinding the Right Fence for Your Home

susanredmanryan
Susan Redman added this to Clever Windows That Can Solve Your Problems26 April 2015

And of course, privacy screens work both ways. A die-cut metal privacy screen stops visitors from peering directly inside this Western Australian house as they walk up the entranceway steps. Designed and owned by architect Ariane Prevost, it features a number of Marimekko’s most recognisable designs, including ‘Joonas’, as seen here cut into the screen.

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deanne_glayde
Deanne Glayde added this to Deanne's ideas13 November 2019

Love the use of rusted metal screens

mediacityev
Ev Larr added this to Southwest Windows - Shade13 October 2019

Laser cut metal screens to shield neighbor

vaskerow
vaskerow added this to Sandgate Deck18 September 2019

Laser-cut metal Becoming more common in garden design, artistic screens made of laser-cut metal can be used to separate garden rooms, screen a spa or hide landscape bins. Mount them a few centimetres in front of a wall and add lights in the evening to appreciate the shadows cast by the metalwork. For this home in Perth, WA, a laser-cut screen with a swirling, almost nautilus-like design provides privacy at the front entrance.

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