Landart Landscape Design & Construction

The featured property is the result of collaboration between two of the industry’s finest: Landart Landscape Design & Construction and TLC Design. Both companies offered exceptional talent, and the finished product is spectacular.

The pool, completed by TLC Design, the pool design leg of TLC Pools, is an above-ground structure that is nestled cosily into the property’s landscape. Its rectangular shape is sharp and contemporary, while the white mosaic tile interior is fresh and crisp. An adjacent lounge area is a luxurious addition, with its placement allowing homeowners to enter the pool with ease, via the step-entry.

Landart Landscape Design & Construction was enlisted to construct the garden, retaining walls and paving. The retaining walls are made from ‘Jasper’ acrylic rendered besser blocks. The colour simultaneously complements the home and sandstone paving while contrasting with the pool interior. Landart Landscape Design & Construction also contructed the pergola and lounge decking area, which provides the homeowners with a stylish place to relax.

The pool fencing is a seamless transition, with the raised pool and the large masonry retaining wall holding the site and acting as the pool fencing. This is a difficult site with a slope of more than 30 degrees, but smart design and construction, helped to control excavation costs and create an attractive project.

Undeniably one of the strongest features, the ‘Tree of Life’ feature wall by Lump Sculpture Studio is a gorgeous addition to the scenery. A lightbox, the corten steel feature lights up creating a wonderful atmosphere in the evening, while lighting in the surrounding garden casts magical shadows.

TLC Design has long secured its name as one of Melbourne’s leaders in pool and outdoor design. Together with the experienced and talented team of landscapers at Landart Landscape Design & Construction, the striking design featured was made a reality.

The award-winning companies have collaborated together previously, taking out the gold medal at the Chelsea Flower and Garden Show in 2005.