Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary courtyard patio in Melbourne with a pergola and a container garden.

MALVERN HOUSE Melbourne AustraliaContemporary Patio, Melbourne

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary courtyard patio in Melbourne with a pergola and a container garden. —  Houzz
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bhp19 wrote:4 Sep. 2014
  • bhp19
    Can you please tell me who manufacture them?
    Thanks.
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    DDB Design Development & Building
    I am sorry this Pergola was designed and specified for the Client by the Landscape Architect Nathan Burkett.
Sandi Arditi wrote:5 Sep. 2014
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    DDB Design Development & Building
    I am sorry we are the Construction Company. You would have to contact Nathan Burkett Landscape Architects to find out the answer to this question.
  • Renai Roberts
    They look like Buxus shaped into a ball
davidmangano wrote:5 Dec. 2015
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    DDB Design Development & Building

    The outdoor setting was supplied by Nathan Burkett Landscape Architect but I think the chairs might be from Tait Outdoor furniture in Collingwood. Perhaps have a look on line at Tait and Nathan Burkett's website.

gailya wrote:16 Dec. 2014
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    anniemac1234 wrote:19 Sep. 2014
      Sandi Arditi wrote:5 Sep. 2014

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        bagnatoarchitects
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        2. Look to the sideIf your site is wide enough, consider setting up your main outdoor space to the side of your house. Add in large expanses of glass, as the owners have done here, so that both your alfreso area and living spaces are bathed with light. This arrangement also allows light to flow through to all adjoining rooms.

        inhowzer
        InHowzer added this to 11 Cool Shade Ideas for Summer11 Nov 2016

        8. Wooden slatsThis modern style of shade protection is right at home when integrated with a sleek contemporary property. For a structure like this, choose a durable wood to ensure many years of use. Make sure it is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) to be sure of sustainable harvesting, and protection of wildlife and the people whose lives depends on the forest.

        joanna_tovia
        Joanna Tovia added this to Under Cover: Which Pergola Is Right for You?16 Feb 2016

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        Eclectic Creative added this to How to Make Your Courtyard Sing on Sunny, Summer Days17 Nov 2014

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