Poolscaping

SR Smith Cyclone pool slide

22 September, 2015 | Supplied by: S.R.Smith

The Cyclone pool slide has the same high-quality features as other SR Smith products, but is more compact for pools with limited deck space.


A return to glory

22 September, 2015 | Supplied by: Land Forms Pty Ltd

Situated high on the hill of Palm Beach in Sydney, with 360° views over Pittwater and the Pacific Ocean, this 1930s house was once a jewel in the crown of the exclusive northern beaches suburb but had long ago lost its original lustre. Thankfully, through the vision and dedication of its new owners, the gem was saved from demolition and restored far beyond its former glory.


Choosing a landscape designer

18 September, 2015 by Georgia Harper, Georgia Harper Landscape Design, on behalf of Landscaping Victoria | Supplied by: Landscaping Victoria

Just as a pool or spa is an asset to any home, finishing it off with a well-designed garden is what makes the job complete. While many pool builders have their own ideas about what makes the ideal outdoor space, some lack the design and horticultural expertise to take those ideas and adapt them to meet specific site, lifestyle and budget requirements.


Creative Drain Solutions Zero Threshold Drains

09 September, 2015 | Supplied by: Creative Drain Solutions

Zero Threshold Drains are designed to enable an entirely flat, seamless connection between indoor and outdoor living and entertaining areas.


Crave Stainless Designs furniture and garden accessories

08 September, 2015 | Supplied by: Crave Stainless Designs

Crave Stainless Designs supplies stainless steel water features, furniture and garden accessories. Crave's stainless frame (304 or 316 grade) and timber slatted or Future Wood tables are made from heavy-duty materials and come with an 8-year warranty on the Future Wood timber. The settings can be supplied to match customer decking or as frames only for the DIY enthusiast.


Year-round entertaining

07 September, 2015 | Supplied by: Sand and Stone Landscapes

The days of a pool being a separate, stand-alone backyard feature are gone. Today's home owner demands a distinctive, integrated outdoor entertaining area that offers year-round usability and creates a link to existing elements of the home.


Creative Drain Solutions bespoke rangehoods

03 September, 2015 | Supplied by: Creative Drain Solutions

Creative Drain Solutions offers bespoke rangehood solutions that combine elegance with ease of maintenance. Presenting an aesthetically pleasing cover, behind the custom-designed rangehood is an industrial-powered exhaust fan that incorporates cut-outs for lighting and filter media.


Robert Plumb Bollyhood outdoor oven

26 August, 2015 | Supplied by: Robert Plumb

The Bollyhood outdoor oven from Robert Plumb makes outdoor entertaining simple. The ovens use the same design principles as the traditional tandoor and blend traditional art with modern techniques.


Nominations for IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award open

18 August, 2015

The International Federation of Landscape Architects is calling for nominations for the 2016 Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award. The international award recognises a living landscape architect whose lifetime achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and on the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture.


Beat the drought - install a pool

09 June, 2015

As California enters its fourth consecutive year of 'dry weather', focus is turning to swimming pools and their impact on the environment. Contrary to popular thinking, the California Pool and Spa Association (CPSA) is suggesting that a pool is a less water-intensive alternative to large irrigated lawns.


Lighten up the pools: underwater pool and spa lighting in aquatic centres

11 February, 2015 by Dr Walter Wendel* | Supplied by: Form and Light Pty Ltd

Let's face it: without lighting, even the most beautiful pool would not stand out at night. But even during the day, pools and spas in aquatic centres and water parks can look quite dull without good decorative and functional lighting.


Five lessons learnt as a landscape architect to the swimming pool and landscape construction industries

14 July, 2014 by Shah Turner | Supplied by: Pitch Box

Pitch Box founder Shah Turner offers his thoughts on how the relationship between designers and contractors can be improved.


10 ways to make your client's pool more usable

09 April, 2014 by John Storch | Supplied by: A Total Concept

Australians love entertaining outdoors and the garden and swimming pool areas are a great and important focus of our lifestyle. The more often an owner can use their pool, the more that owner will tell friends how great owning a pool is.


Water features to complement the backyard pool

25 September, 2013 by John Storch | Supplied by: A Total Concept

A well-planned and -constructed water feature can provide pool builders with a monetary add-on to their business, may increase the value and the aesthetic appeal of a project and should increase the enjoyment of the swimming pool for the owners.


Kennards paves the way for entertaining

24 September, 2013 | Supplied by: Kennards Lift & Shift

Laying down pavers for a path, entertainment area or driveway can transform a home.


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