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Inspiration for a large contemporary water fountain landscape in Sydney.
Art in Green
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© Peter Brennan

Inspiration for a large contemporary water fountain landscape in Sydney. —  Houzz

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Caryn Schuman wrote:September 26, 2013
Love the stone pavers and steps. What are they?

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    Art in Green
    If you're interested in learning more about the paver/tile used here visit
    The finish used for this garden was tumbled travertine.
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    Douglas Nance
    The pavers along with the wood deck and the pools of water truly complement the natural elements of this patio while appealing to the modern style as well.
Igor Kuettschreutter wrote:January 1, 2014
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    Art in Green
    The colour variation is due to it being a natural stone product and adds interest to the paving areas. For a more consistent colour we would use a different paver or tile that had less variation.
  • think1
    Nice to look at but difficult to live with. Reminds me of a party where someone took a serious fall. Might be careful about serving drinks there.
Jo Savage wrote:November 12, 2014
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    Art in Green
    Hi Jo, along the back is a row of Lilly Pilly (Acmena smithii var. minor), which have now filled out to create a clipped hedge. In front of that are mixed species clipped into balls with different foliage colour and leaf size for texture variation, and a Papyrus in the top pond.
Vandenberg Landscape Design LTD wrote:March 8, 2016
Splice Design wrote:December 19, 2016
What species is the wood decking?

  • justjoeken

    Hi Splice Design, this is an Australian hardwood called Turpentine.

    Ken,Art In Green.

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    Splice Design

    Thank you, Ken!

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