Landscapes by Perth Landscape Design

Landscapes by Perth Landscape Design

Last Updated: 19 Nov 2014
Localista Team

Simple, clean lines and the salvage of existing plants and trees combine to result in an understated yet stylish garden.

Perth Landscape Design (Irrigation & Horticultural Consultants) offers a complete package of design and construction, carried out 'in house' with professional staff and fully qualified sub-contractors.

The partnership between Chris and Nancy Anastasios focuses on constructing 'permanent' gardens that remain a feature for many years, and has established a reputation for professional service, supported by extensive knowledge and experience in all aspects of garden design.

With one point of contact, Perth Landscape Design eliminates the need to source services from a number of suppliers, making the process enjoyable and focused on achieving your ultimate outdoor living environment.


A collaboration between Perth Landscape Design, Simon Rodrigues of Rodrigues
Bodycoat Architects, and builder Matthew Nelson, this garden was created to a particular brief from the client.

It required the creation of a modern planting design that would enhance the new style of the extended home, providing long garden views from inside the house.

Fresh, inviting garden spaces to entertain family and friends were also paramount.

While the extensive build was in progress, the large existing trees on the property needed to be cared for, with the salvage and continued care of a large number of advanced established plant species on the site also imperative.

With the work completed, these plants and trees were then transplanted into their new positions throughout the garden.

Rendered brick terraces, split levels and feature stonework provide depth and texture to the design, while creating a seamless connection to the newly extended home.


Perth Landscape Design (Irrigation &
Horticultural Consultants)
94 Glenelg Avenue, Wembley Downs
Phone 0419 945 715

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