LD037: New- Small Garden Design
This seminar will key on properties where space is at a premium, either by virtue of lot size, or redevelopment that has seen a larger residence built on it. These small spaces pose many design challenges with mistakes and shortfalls apparent. We will analyse and explore how the principles and elements of design apply to these restricted spaces and how they can avert design mishaps. Particular attention will be directed to visual framing and perspective techniques that can make the small property seem larger than reality. Plants suitable for tight spaces and specific site conditions, along with related plant maintenance, will also be discussed. Numerous examples of small garden designs both in slide and plan format will be reviewed providing useful insights for participants. These same participants are encouraged to share their design ideas and challenges encountered from their own with small garden design.
This course would be applicable to a wide audience of design practitioners with special relevance to those starting their design careers.

LO member price: $62.00
Non-member price: $120.00
Maximum participants: 20
Location: LO Home Office, Milton
Instructor: Frank Kershaw
Date: Tuesday November 14, 2017 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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