Whilst these are "nearly there" images, this is another of our newly completed projects. We work collaboratively with a number of different companies in and around our industry. This was another project with Comdain Homes. It was a massive job completed in a very short time with the assistance of TLC Plant Farm, Alluring Landscape & [...]
Meet the newest member of the TLC team. Alex started his apprenticeship with us a few short weeks ago. He was initially studying Landscape Architecture at RMIT but, luckily for us, decided he wanted to be more hands on - he wanted to be involved with the building process not just the design element. We [...]
Just in case you're wondering who took the amazing images of our most recent projects, Camberwell and Kangaroo Ground, it was none other than Justine Knight of Justine Knight Photography. Thank you Justine for capturing these projects so beautifully.
It's that time of the year ... The days are getting longer and warmer and your pool is probably in need of a little love and attention. Here's our five tips to get your pool summer ready: Turn on the solar heating - a rule we follow here at TLC is to turn this on [...]
Check out our new tee-shirts! We are very grateful to Devin Harris-Allen, of The Garage Printing Studio, for designing and screen printing some work tee-shirts for us. We love that we could take this the opportunity to support one of our local businesses. They are great quality and we would highly recommend him. Thanks again Devin.
As you can see from the images, this project has come along way since we last posted about it. The paving under the feature pergola is complete, the pool is now fully tiled and the paving around the pool is also finished. You can see now how the pergola creates that "picture frame" around the [...]
Every year Landscaping Victoria, our industry body for all things landscaping, hosts their Industry Awards. This is an opportunity for designers and contractors to be recognised, in different categories, for their achievements in landscape design and construction. This year, as a Landscaping Victoria member, Scott Wynd has again been asked to judge - this time in [...]
This large scale rural project has rolling hills and pastures as its backdrop. It was important, when considering the construction materials, to be in harmony with this setting. The pool has a negative edge, raised above the natural ground to be compliant to pool regulations, to allow uninterrupted views and for a seamless transition from [...]