- 2019 AILDM Allan Correy Award for Design Excellence
- 2019 AILDM Gold Award for Residential Design up to 50m/2
- 2019 AILDM Gold Award for Residential Design between 50-150m/2
- 2019 AILDM Gold Award for Educational, Institutional or Playspace design
- 2019 AILDM Gold Award for Master planning
- 2019 IFLA Asia Pacific Honorable Mention – Lighting and Night Experience category
- 2019 IFLA Asia Pacific Honorable Mention – Art and Sculpture category
- 2019 SPASA National Gold Award for Lighting Feature
- 2019 SPASA NSW Gold Award for Pool Landscape Design
- 2019 SPASA NSW Gold Award for Pool Lighting Feature
- 2014 Landscape NSW & ACT Landscape Excellence Award for Sustainable Landscapes
- 2014 Landscape NSW & ACT Landscape Excellence Award for Use of Plants
- 2014, 2013 & 2010 AILDM National Award for Landscape Management Amenity Horticulture
- 2014 AILDM National Award for Landscape Management Environmental
- 2014 AILDM National Design Award for Commercial Landscape Design under $100,000
- 2014 AILDM National Design Award for Plantscape Design
- 2013 & 2014 AILDM National Design Silver Award for Residential Landscape over $150,000
- 2013 & 2014 Best of Houzz Award
A well thought out practical solution successfully implemented around the preservation of existing large mature shrubs and small trees that give excellent privacy to the site when viewed from the public domain.
A well-balanced functional design, excellent choice of hard materials, finishes and planting species with excellent attention paid to colour, form, texture and arrangement resulting in a totally unified site with clear definition between plant masses and non-plant areas.
The location of the driveway and turning spaces are functional, well sited and graded. The access to the front door is easily identified and direct. The garden ornamentation is sophisticated and discreetly placed.
It is refreshing to see that the garden lights are well considered and placed to provide safe adequate lighting without excessive illumination. The casual circulation throughout the garden invokes a feeling of contemplation, surprise and discovery.Judge’s Comments – Stuart Pittendrigh