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This is an example of a contemporary landscaping in Melbourne.
C.O.S Design
C.O.S Design
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Creative Outdoor SolutionsContemporary Landscape, Melbourne

Landscape Design: COS Design. Photos: Tim Turner Photography. Copyright COS Design

This is an example of a contemporary landscaping in Melbourne. —  Houzz

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deedeelouise wrote:Sep 23, 2012
Please identify the plants in between the concrete slabs. Thank you!

  • deedeelouise
    Sounds good, we will... thanks again! Btw, I see you used a sago palm in the round saucer planter. They are common here (coastal South Carolina, USA) so I will assume the ground covers you describe will do ok here also?
  • PRO
    C.O.S Design
    Not a Sago but a Cycad Palm but yes, pretty durable little plants and would have thought very similar climates. We are based in Melbourne which doesn't get as hot and humid as other parts of the country.
goodchick wrote:Sep 24, 2012
  • panerai1
    Any chance you could reveal the lighting manufacture or part # for the under bench light? Thanks!
  • PRO
    C.O.S Design
    We use LightStrip Product Number GANL-LS available from Gardens At Night - www.gan.com.au
beckyg63 wrote:Sep 24, 2012
  • PRO
    C.O.S Design
    I'm not sure what you question is implying. Its not a photographer trick, this is how we construct a lot of our fire benches. Gardens have bugs, that's a fact of life, nothing you do will get bugs out, its nature and natural. We prefer turning the wood storage into a feature and being close to the fire for ease of use. Alternatively the clients will have another wood storage area elsewhere as to no destroy the look.
msk823 wrote:Sep 27, 2012
Where can you buy those squares stones? and how much?

  • kakswr
    what is in the windows
  • PRO
    C.O.S Design
    It's not a window. It's a Light-box with laser cut pattern in it which is mounted to the wall. It's available from www.entanglements.com.au
Calvindesigns DB wrote:Aug 11, 2014
Where can I find that fire pit?

- Thanks

natashatal wrote:Oct 28, 2014
  • PRO
    C.O.S Design
    It's just LED strip light. We get our from Gardens At Night - www.gan.com.au
Barbara Davis wrote:Nov 17, 2016
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