FRONT ENTRANCE & ELEVATED POOL AREA
A challenging, unused lawn area at the front of house was transformed into a functional family pool area.
Decking was utilised to accommodate the change in levels across the area, creating two spaces - one being the main pool area and the other an extension to the clients existing outdoor living area.
The pool cover is concealed below the deck, allowing for comfortable maneuvering space around the pool.
To complement the decked pool surrounds & create a connection between spaces, staggered deck platforms were designed for the entrance to the house. Plants were chosen to reflect the low light levels alongside this walkway.
Tropical pool area
Resort style. All inclusive pool area - sunken spa, custom designed outdoor shower, hidden pool cover under deck, water feature. Tropical / native planting scheme.
Clean lines. Simple shape. Concrete pool construction to accommodate the change in level across the site. Timber platforms for jumping off or laying on.
Sandstone tile surrounds.
Contemporary pool area
Neutral, relaxing colour palette. Feature timber inset leads you from the top of the sandstone tiled steps into the pool area. Built in spa. Timber platform at end of pool conceals the pool cover system. Concrete wall screens the pool plant shed behind and provides privacy from the reserve beyond. Layout and position of pool area within the back garden allows for ample lawn space to be retained.
Back garden renovation
Focus on function, clean lines. Subtle definition created between a flexible outdoor entertaining space (lower deck) and driveway, by way of trees in planters. Comfortable access to back door via wide steps. Easy transitions between spaces. Family focused, visually pleasing.