Essendon 3

26 June 2013

h2o designs was approached by the clients to provide a complete design for their newly constructed backyard in north-west Melbourne. The focal point was the custom water feature which could be seen from inside the house. We incorporated the style of the house into the detail of the decorative columns...

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Docklands

22 February 2012

This small internal courtyard consists of a beautifully crafted water wall, table and chairs. Innovation is on display with the use of a dichroic panel, built into the table. Housed within the tabletop are a combination of water and light broadcast through the panel which gives a spectacular shimmering effect,...

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Shaynna Blaze

22 February 2012

An amazing sculptural piece, this water feature was designed to be viewed from all angles, hence the central planting and curved features. Each of the curved water walls have an inbuilt spillway and are finished in a Corten finish. Plants in the pond serve as a natural filtration system. By...

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Caulfield

20 February 2012

The artistic design for this water feature stemmed from the angular shape of the homes rooflines, hence the creation of an angular water feature with angled flow of water through the feature. Designed to be the focal point, drawing the eye from inside the home to the stunning outdoor pool...

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Templestowe

20 February 2012

An oriental-inspired design of wooden decks, cascading ponds and water feature sets the ambiance for this homes entrance. This multi-award winning design beautifully combines the elements of sound and light. A series of cascading ponds, along with the stunning glass water feature create a soothing display of subtle water movement....

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Airport West

20 February 2012

This compact 5m x 7m courtyard comprises of a striking water feature, which creates a tranquil ambience along with the cascading spillways around the planter boxes. The different height levels throughout this space allowed for more features to be included. Plants were selected to create a maximum impact, particularly the...

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