Peter Norman Statue – Lakeside Stadium

We all know the photo. Mexico City Olympics, 1968. Three proud athletes risking it all to openly display support for a cause they believed in. Peter Norman is the current Australian record holder for the 200m sprint....

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Brighton Poolside Garden

An established garden in Brighton that required a renovation around the existing swimming pool and outdoor entertaining space. Davidson Design Studio worked alongside our clients to create multiple new spaces and increase the flexibility and function of...

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Modern Bonbeach

A brand new home but inspired by the clean lines of modernist design. The landscape design complements the style of the architecture while also calling on the amazing mid-century style of Palm Springs. Functional garden spaces are...

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Plant of the Week – Wollemia nobilis

A stunning prehistoric plant, the Wollemi Pine has fascinated the horticultural world since its discovery in 1994. Why not pot up your own piece of prehistory?

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Product of the Week – Lightweight Planters

Fibreglass is plastic reinforced with glass fibre and gives a finished product incredible strength whilst remaining lightweight. Across the country, fibreglass lightweight planters are reimagining and reviving courtyards, terraces and balconies.  Generally made from a blend of...

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Plant of the Week – Lagerstroemia indica x L. fauriei

A favourite plant of ours at Davidson Design Studio is the Dwarf Crepe Myrtle.  Bred and selected for its exceptional attributes and resistance to powdery mildew, the cultivars produced are highly ornamental, long flowering and hardy. Bearing...

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Plant of the Week – Wisteria sinensis

Author – Amy Davidson Often seen covering verandahs and capable of spreading great distances, the 10 species of deciduous wisteria vines originate from eastern Asia. Wisteria sinensis, native to China, is a rapid-growing anticlockwise-twining climber valued for...

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Brighton Child Care Playspace

Davidson Design Studio was engaged by a local community kinder and childcare to design and manage construction of their playspaces. The centre had a total budget of $50,000 to redevelop the kinder, toddler and babies’ gardens. Meetings...

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Bob Skilton Statue – Lakeside Stadium

The career of Bob Skilton, including three Brownlow medals and numerous state team selections has inspired many, both on and off the sports field.  The unveiling of a statue in his honour, at Lakeside Stadium – Albert...

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Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre

The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre was built and open to the public in 1997. After 20 years, the original landscape of native trees, shrubs and grasses were in need of rejuvenation and additional facilities were required...

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