Project complete- Mini orb with old fence paling trim
Project completed - Terracotta pipes to store wine
Progress stage 3 - Refrigerators generated heat so needed to isolate them behind walls
Progress stage 3 - Needed insulation and extractor fans to reduce humidity and achieve ideal temperature
Progress stage 2 Temporary storage
Stage 4 - The palings on the garden shed are our old fence palings
Project complete - Mood lighting
The garden before 2009
2014 - The garden looking back to the house
2014 - The garden from the balcony
Project completed - The preserved food area including our honey. Pastry table and shelving recycled from Darling Harbour convention centre.
Project completed - Before we hand dug the cellar
Stage 1 - We used a narrow wheelbarrow to take the dirt and rock from the cellar through the house to the garden
Project completed - food cellar under the house
Stage 1 - The dirt from the cellar was used to level out the backyard for the garden
Project completed - The wine cellar. Sink recycled from Darling Harbour Convention Centre.
LYSAGHT MINI ORB® in Paperbark® COLORBOND® steel was used to clad the interior walls when restoring Kameruka Homestead at Narromine, New South Wales.
In Australia's Northern Territory, architect Sue Harper conceived a prefab structure comprised of three pavilions joined by suspended wal.
Almost there. Awning barge capping to go.