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Design ideas for a contemporary courtyard formal garden in Oxfordshire.
David Harber
Oxfordshire

Dark Planet garden sculpture in traditional style courtyard

Design ideas for a contemporary courtyard formal garden in Oxfordshire. —  Houzz

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John Adams Construction Co. wrote:February 26, 2013
How did you build the ball?

- How did you build the ball?

  • amycrump
    My husband is a stonemason, and an engineer, and British, so I asked him how he would build it.
  • misskimmerpie
    I would love to replace the grass yard with something even a little spectacular along these lines. Stunning yet simple.
tlegreid wrote:May 4, 2013
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    David Harber
    The sphere is 1m in diameter. The smallest size is 760mm diameter. The largest that we have made is 2m. We could make bigger!

    As for the base, the Dark Planer is quite a heavy piece so it is fixed to a sub ground level foundation pad of concrete.
  • Racil Finer
    Yes I want to play dog
Whitley Hunter wrote:August 3, 2013
What is the material/rock that the dog is laying on?

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    studio h2o
    Looks like crushed granite.
panmika2014 wrote:September 7, 2014
heyjude333 wrote:September 18, 2014
  • slmrtm
    I'm sorry about your dog, but I can tell you this: it was not the breeding, it was the love you poured into him that gave him character. You'll have that again someday.
  • barrett7704
    Yes, there can be two best dogs on the planet. I know, because they are both mine!
macacox wrote:October 23, 2014
    Lisa Lorentzen wrote:January 7, 2015
    I love the brick border on the pathways. How is that done?

      mpower002 wrote:August 18, 2015
      what size is the ball in diameter? Can you order different sizes?

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        David Harber

        Bit of a late answer but the sphere comes in these standard sizes: 76cm, 100cm, 120cm, 160cm And it can also be custom made to other sizes.

      tshofner wrote:September 12, 2016
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        David Harber

        Hi

        Thanks for your interest.

        Could you email sales@davidharber.com or call +44 (0)1235 859300 in the UK or 312.895.1586 in the US. There are a lot of variations!

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