Modernity in the landscape can sometimes mean sharp lines and controlled edges but there can also be a softness and opportunities for uncontrolled nature. Highly manicured landscapes often reference the historical gardens of the french 17th century such as designers like Andres Le Notre.
Peter Fudge brings a simplicity and a control to his landscape design with resulting elegance. His simple lines complement the existing landscape and architecture. Based out of Woollahra, Australia, Fudge always uses local vegetation and materials to authenticate his designs.
Lessons can be learned from these Australian landscapes – such as the beauty of simplicity in the garden and the calming effect this can evoke.