Creative Outdoor SolutionsContemporary Patio, Melbourne

Maximising Minimal Courtyard Space whilst having a high level of detail and attractive features. Modern design with a hint of the Asiatic. Photos: Tim Turner Photography. Copyright COS Design

Inspiration for a contemporary patio remodel in Melbourne with no cover —  Houzz
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mjnash wrote:Jan 2, 2012
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    Defining Edges Interior Design
    Your work is stunning!
  • Dave Ellett
    Hi Guys… Could you recommend a supplier of this bamboo in Sydney? Need to do a fence line c.15m long. Thanks
marybureau wrote:Aug 25, 2011
  • Renee Owings
    Can you please provide the dimensions of the plantern that the bamboo is in. Too, how does this design allow for drainage?
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    C.O.S Design
    Planters were 600mm wide by about the same high. All raised planters are always tanked with aggregate and drainage in the bottom. They also contain irrigation and lighting.
my_account wrote:Mar 5, 2012
4designs wrote:Aug 3, 2012
  • louisprens
    Hi, Can you tell me what material was used for the floor: stone, concrete, etc?
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    C.O.S Design
    Paving is 500 x 1000mm raven / flamed granite.
73115947 wrote:Nov 18, 2014
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    Lite4 Outdoor Lighting
    Looks to be about 3000k or so.
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    C.O.S Design
    We get our lighting from Gardens at Night. Check out their accent lights at www.gan.com.au
vhfunnyfarmers wrote:Oct 31, 2011
  • vhfunnyfarmers
    thanks for that I assume they can handle a semi shade position
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    C.O.S Design
    Pretty hard to kill. Just require well drained soil. They love sun but are a tropical plant so will survive in most conditions.
Debra Kwasnicki wrote:Jul 28, 2014
westhills2nd wrote:Mar 22, 2014
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    C.O.S Design
    Hi. The timber screen in the rear is all Merbau timber in a 70 x 19mm format. We use Intergrain or Cutek stains to bring the timber to life, from there you can pick a colour that suits.
  • Gustavo Morazann
    beautiful congratulation
Nick Fedde wrote:Aug 18, 2013
enanin wrote:May 6, 2012
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    C.O.S Design
    Its a 500 x 1000mm "flamed" granite natural stone paver.
  • enanin
    thank you!!
tinaberman wrote:Jul 14, 2014
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    C.O.S Design
    This is custom table constructed by the landscapers. It is a 40mm stainless steel frame with timber decking set into it for a flush finish.
Fleur Veldkamp wrote:Jul 2, 2014
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    C.O.S Design
    This job is quite a few years old now. Back then we used either Manilla Tan or Dune.
naisiwel wrote:May 12, 2014
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    C.O.S Design
    Its slender weaver bamboo also known as Bambusa textilis gracilis.
jgosser wrote:Oct 3, 2013
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    C.O.S Design
    Bench seating it 450mm deep, 450mm high. BBQ counter is 700mm deep, 950mm high.
jgosser wrote:Sep 26, 2013
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    C.O.S Design
    Hi. The garden bed in the planter is around 250mm x 3000mm. We used 190mm concrete blocks for the construction. Can't remember exactly the size as this project was done a very long time ago and we no longer have the plans in our office.
bojonmilr wrote:May 24, 2013
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    C.O.S Design
    Hi, The planters were constructed using 190mm concrete block work core filled with more concrete for strength. They are then tanked with a water proofing membrane and rendered with acrylic render which has the colour in it.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

mariannel
Marianne Lipanovich added this to Spectacular Landscape Lights Dazzle in the DarkApr 15, 2012

While the previous garden was large and extravagant, a smaller space also benefits from a little color. This accent lighting draws attention to the seating area at the far end of the garden and breaks up the otherwise monochromatic look.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lea_dinell
Lea Dinell added this to Wish ListOct 5, 2019

Higher walls, built in seating and planters/ built in lighting - but still open.

camuhrun
camuhrun added this to For RobSep 12, 2019

Different levels, seating on wall; lighting

klisliz
klisliz added this to Landscape IdeasSep 5, 2019

consider up-lighting with remodel of behind garage redo.

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