Harvey Road, Burswood
A remarkable full rip out and renovation of the project was undertaken. This transformation truly showcases the meticulous planning and attention to detail that we are passionate in delivering on each of our projects. The pallet of materials varies and flows beautifully through the front and back garden.
A sustainable and water-wise planting approach was taken, showcased throughout out the space and especially caught the eye of the local Victoria Park planning authorities.
A mixture of straight lines and curves were mastered throughout using hardy but elegant materials, including stunning honed concrete, beautifully sourced natural stone from one of our favourite local suppliers Eco Outdoor. The Corten Steel edging giving a definitive curved edging to the new roll on lawn and garden beds.
Sustainable and water wise reticulation was incorporated, making for use of the existing bore. Our design knowledge and spatial awareness lead us to replace and expand the size of the old deck with New Techwood composite decking. Expanding and enhancing the space was an instant result and a game changer for our customers family.
A contemporary edge was created aesthetically to tie in with the stunning character brickwork and front entrance to the home. Honed concrete was a cost effective and seamless tie between the natural Duro stone tiles to the front and the extended decking to the rear garden.
A gorgeous mix of native and architectural plants were considered and implemented to help this garden become the stand out winner in the street. The whole process was managed by Premier Constructed from start to finish, including sourcing materials and managing our hand selected trades; brought together seamlessly by our experienced project manager and owner Thomas Atkinson.
Natural Stone: Eco Outdoor
Concrete (Limecrete Coral Fine Blend)
Corten Steel (Green Earth Enterprises)
PHOTOGRAPHER: Emily Jane Willis from Life Atlas
Design & Construction Costs:
$125k – $150k
Our customers were intermittently overseas.
The project was broken into three stages to accomodate their budget and cashflow.