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2007

 

Backyard & Garden Design Ideas

Issue 5.5 Oct/Nov 2007

"Pave The Way"
Pg 48 - 49

Scott writes an informative article about how to "Choose the right paving and have an  outdoor room with year-round appeal".

Lifestyle Pools

Edition 104  2007-2008

Pg 116 - 117

Faced with a deteriorating pool interior and coping in urgent need of an upgrade, pool specialist Scott Brown transforms an unappealing scene into a glorious suburban swimming retreat.

Backyard & Garden Design Ideas
WATERWISE Gardens

Issue 2 Oct 2007

"Fronting up. A drought-friendly front garden that was ahead of its time."
Pg 46 - 47

Designed four years ago, before drought awareness had gathered momentum,
this garden represents a drought-hardy solution to a unique situation. By mixing traditional and modern/architectural plants, Scott achieves a low maintenance, low water use garden that enhances a period or older style home.

Trends Outdoor Living & Holiday Home

Vol 23 No. 13  2007

"Inside the Square"
Pg 116 - 223

The formal lines of this courtyard garden designed by Scott Brown are
softened by the plant foliage and the cool, green-and-white colour scheme.

Backyard & Garden Design Ideas

Issue 5.4 Aug/Sep 2007

Designer Gardens "Back to Front"
Pg 92 - 93

Scott has designed a private front garden which needed to incorporate a pool, spa and outdoor dining area.
The result is "a luxuriant, plant filled front garden with a distinct difference". He achieves the look of abundance, a garden that is lush, with a relaxed ambience.

Trends Renovation (Outdoor Living)

Vol 23 No.11 2007

"Simplicity Implicit"

See Scott Brown's own Alfresco courtyard!
Restraint is called for when landscaping a small area, as illustrated by this designer's own garden.

The Age A2

Press article Saturday 28 July 2007

Small is Good
A2 Garden Pg 47

Scott has more than a decade's experience of making the most of small outdoor spaces.

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Backyard & Garden Design Ideas Yearbook

Issue 5.3 June/July 2007

Garden Design Showcase "Courtyard Chic"
Pg 64 - 67

See Scott Brown's own courtyard!
After spending the last thirteen years designing .... for other people, this entertainment courtyard represents my first garden.

Lifestyle Pools

Edition 103 April/May 2007

Pool & Garden Showcase 12
Pg 86 - 87

Scott has managed to deliver a pool and garden package which compliments the formal, French style of the home and is drought tolerant as well.

Backyard & Garden Design Ideas

Issue 5.2  April/May 2007

"Eternal Elegance"
Pg 12-15
This water-wise formal garden is a timeless testament to good planning and good design.
Landscape Designer Scott Brown has designed a series of walled garden courtyards which cater for the clients outdoor living needs and creates a stunning outlook both day and night.

Home at Yellow

Online article March 2007

"Dress Formal" - Display Room

Landscape designer Scott Brown overcomes significant design challenges to match a garden with the home.
Scott has redesigned a backyard in order that the two major pre-existing elements (the swimming pool and
a large date palm) contribute positively and cohesively to the reinvented landscape. The result is an outdoor environment in which the old and the new blend seamlessly.

Trends Outdoor Living & Holiday Home

Vol 23 No. 3  2007



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"Simplicity Implicit"
Pg 106 - 107

See Scott Brown's own Alfresco courtyard!
Restraint is called for when landscaping a small area, as illustrated by this designer's own garden.

Backyard & Garden Design Ideas 

Issue 5.1  Feb/Mar 2007

"Bathing Beauty" - Design Showcase
Pg 54 - 57

Cheeky and cheerful, this bayside backyard is definitely one of a kind....
See how customised bathing boxes, a reinvented 70's swimming pool  and  a barbeque area
featuring original artwork combine to form a unique, ecclectic but very inviting and inspiring outdoor space.

"Balancing Act"

Pg 53
For a garden design to 'work', it needs to be in balance with its surrounds.

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