Warehouse Development

Business

 
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This large redevelopment in an eclectic neighbourhood, where industry and the arts co-habit with grand residences of a bygone era and warehouse conversions.

“I was fortunate enough to come into this project from the outset, which ties in nicely with my preference to be first on site as well as the last,” according to Greg Palmer, principal of Ayus Botanical.  “As with all good construction, it’s all in the foundations.”  Typically, 70% of works done in a garden are not apparent immediately, but the success of the garden depends on the unseen initial work.

To relax the original industrial hard surfaces, Strelitzia nicolai with its strong personality, contrasts dramatically with the striking red leafed Berberis Thunbergii.

Client
Private Developer

Venue
Kimpton Estate

Green Landscape
Mixed Use ~ Victorian Family Residence and Residential /Commercial Warehouse Conversion 2002

Architect
Nicholas Day

Status
Seasonal Consulting reviews ongoing

Photography
William Watt (3 years after installation ~ High Summer)

 
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