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Ryan House

Dundas Valley, NSW

Services: Landscape Concept Design

Size: 785m²

Current Stage: DA

Year of Implementation: 2017

Considering the space functionality, the axisymmetric landscape design is not only to identify the boundary of building but also to provide a comfortable place for daily activities. Therefore, the ground floor garden is composed of lawn, narrow stepping stone path, and continuous plants. 

Based on the form and features of the site, the circulation line is set around the building. A series of opening and closing spaces are settled: The journey starts from the grassy lawn entrance, passing the stepping stone, the backyard that consists of timber decking. Native drought tolerant trees and low maintenance shrubs and groundcovers are planted here in order to extend space in the vertical direction, as well as to add some sense of rhythm and pleasure to the whole garden.

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