02 Jul 2013

CAMPS BAY

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We were approached by our client to design and install a garden to compliment this new contemporary home in Camps Bay. The house boasts impressive views of the ocean as well as lions head and the twelve apostles. Hardy plantings were used to cope with the strong coastal winds and sea air. The generous planter boxes on the first and second floors allowed for beautiful gardens that soften the strong contemporary lines of the house.

27 May 2013

SOUTHERN CROSS DRIVE

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This new build on a large site in Constantia called for formality and a degree of grandeur in the garden. Herbaceous beds and neat borders in an English style are used here to great effect.

27 May 2013

SHADY VICTORIAN

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This small Victorian cottage in Green Point had a garden that struggled due to incorrect plant placement. We restructured the beds and brought in a couple of bold, contemporary touches in the form of boulders and clean-lined paving slabs to create a striking yet harmonious blend with the existing house.

27 May 2013

PLATTEKLOOF

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The owners of this property had been building for the better part of 10 years and eventually approached Oasis Design to propose a design for their good-sized outdoor space. The building itself has very strong architectural lines and we decided to bring a more organic, flowing element into the garden to counteract this.

The resulting outdoor space has a wonderful sense of movement to it, which makes one want to stop and enjoy the diverse and carefully- chosen plantings.

27 May 2013

MOUILLE POINT VIEW

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We once again collaborated with one of South Africa’s top architectural and design companies to create this tasteful and stylish enclosed balcony space on the top floor of an apartment block that enjoys a spectacular view of a stretch of the Atlantic Seaboard.

27 May 2013

CLIFTON BUNGALOW

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This small property is big on location. Situated right on Clifton 4th beach, it desperately needed to have the large strelizias removed so that the view could be appreciated. Low maintenance and hardy were the order of the day here

12 Sep 2012

ATLANTIC BEACH

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The client wanted a front garden that was low-maintenance and contemporary. Being a hot and windy site, we opted for a hardy, indigenous plant palette that would offer year-round interest. The flowing curves of the beds are in response to the curved, central path that leads up to the front door of the house.

 

12 Sep 2012

CLIFTON VIEW

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This very contemporary apartment enjoys spectacular views of Clifton beach and the mountains that tower overhead. We collaborated with one of South Africa’s leading architectural and design firms to create 3 beautifully and tastefully ornamented and planted balconies and courtyards.

12 Sep 2012

ATLANTIC BEACH 2

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This property had a good-sized outdoor space that really needed to be converted into useable space for entertaining and relaxing. Our solution was to create a space that had a lovely open flow to it, which complemented the spacious, open-plan style of the interior.

A generous hardwood deck, with cut-outs for indigenous cape beech trees becomes the centre of the garden, where the clients now love to entertain beside the pool. The indigenous plant palette means that this garden rests firmly in context with the surrounding landscape.


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