Bayside ProjectContemporary Landscape, Melbourne

Our latest project combines a modern resort style with contemporary hard structures that deal with the sites steep topography. Incorporating the pool as part of the retaining has helped create a stunning landscape to live within. Steve Taylor

This is an example of a large contemporary concrete paver landscaping in Melbourne. —  Houzz
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Silvia Lopez wrote:May 9, 2016
Patrice wrote:Jan 18, 2016
  • 246butterfield

    Yes and gorgeous when lit!

  • nicolecollorafi

    Can you please tell me what the green trees are?


Vivek Nekkanty wrote:Sep 20, 2015
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    C.O.S Design

    Thank you!

  • pnmoree

    Beautiful design! What material was used for the form for the largest of the circular pavers?

Joanne Sotto wrote:Aug 8, 2015
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    C.O.S Design

    Hi Joanne, Thanks for your question. They Acer palmatum 'Sangu kaku' or 'Senkaki'.

  • Joanne Sotto
    thank you..
Ashley Maxwell wrote:Jul 2, 2018
senyd wrote:Oct 24, 2017
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    C.O.S Design

    Thank you for your interest..these pavers were actually made onsite and poured insitu. You can also purchase similar pavers from Anston 299 Johnston St Abbotsford Vic 1300 788 694.

Phixa Uppa wrote:Sep 18, 2015
  • olivias
    I'm am not the designer on this project however I can tell you that this would not be ADA.
Mona Preece-Davis wrote:Sep 6, 2015
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    Red Mountain Media

    I have the same question. Can you comment on the pavers, size, method of install, etc?

Joseph Dennis wrote:Jul 25, 2015
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    C.O.S Design

    Hi, Thank you for your question. We sourced these lights from Gardens at Night.

Laura Hunter wrote:Apr 16, 2015
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    C.O.S Design
    Hi Laura, these concrete paves were custom made on site in circular molds. Most landscapers are able to do this for you, or you might find your local paving supplier stocks precast ones.
Victoria Yakobovich wrote:Aug 4, 2016
    davidcpop wrote:Sep 21, 2015
      Robert Willnest wrote:Sep 21, 2015

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to The Artful Garden: Enchanting LightingAug 3, 2017

        6. A lighted allee of trees. On a larger property, a path lined with trees makes an elegant way to progress from one point to another in the garden or to light the path to your front door. Encourage enchanted evening walks with uplights positioned at the base of the trees, plus landscape lighting on stakes to light up the path.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        coleenlogan66
        coleenlogan66 added this to outdoor5 days ago

        Walkway from driveway to back gate

        eileen_hauber
        Eileen Hauber added this to EntryAug 14, 2019

        Path through the wild. Really like this for an entry path.

        tracey_naidoo
        Tracey Naidoo added this to GardenAug 13, 2019

        Stepping stones and pavers are key features of a Zen garden. Not only do they create a stable surface on which to rest a bench or table setting, but they provide a wonderful textural contrast to the greenery in the garden. A solid concrete paver is a good choice. I’d suggest picking a style with a light texture; not only will it provide a slip-resistant surface for walking, but the exposed aggregate will pick up on the light tones in any pale stones used in the garden and create a cohesive look. Adbri’s Euro Stone paver is one of my favourites.

        cyndisdavis
        CS Davis added this to PoolAug 8, 2019

        LOVE LOVE LOVE this. Check out the pathway :) Wouldn't this be fun w low volt lighting

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