Pepo Botanic Design is privileged to be a part of Hidden – Festival of outdoor design, which showcases a range of beautiful private gardens around Sydney and gives the public a rare opportunity to see these unique spaces that have been carefully designed by landscape architects and designers in the area.
April 1st, 2014
Pepo has chosen to display the Paddington garden designed in 2011.
The space is a series of awkward triangular spaces that have been transformed into usable outdoor areas in this small garden.
Entertaining and dining outdoors is now possible within this artistic outdoor atmosphere which features individually crafted polished concrete pads, a copper sculpture and mounds of planting.
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