Our installation "Nest", a contemporary raised playhouse installation was selected to receive the award for Outstanding Small Garden at Canada Blooms.Read More
The Designlines Spring 2016 issue is out and how nice it is to be recommended in the who to hire section for Landscape Designers!
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Five interconnected spaces to serve the entire family creating a rejuvenated backyard.
We had to create an economical way to give this walk out a face lift that masked the A/C and its unsightly utility lines as well flow with the existing modern deck.
These are our conceptual designs for a fun, warm and inviting temporary installation along the Woodbine beaches that cleverly clad the existing life guard stands during the winter months.
We thought we would create a friendly little handout to give to our clients once we had completed a project to help them troubleshot the initial aspects of landscape maintenance especially the little things that can make a big difference in the fall and winter.
We thought it turned out pretty well so we are happy to make it available to all who may want it.
Tips for maintaining your new garden especially over those tough fall and winter months as well as best practices for protecting your stone masonry.
We earned a Silver medal to go with our Gold medal from 2010 at the Gardening World Cup .
What a great experience to be back in Nagasaki Japan and to meet old friends and to make many new ones.
Photos of our garden "Home" below courtesy of Lorraine Flanigan of City Gardening Online who was invited by show organizers to cover the month long event.
New Ipe and cedar table top breathes new life and creates additional size out of an existing table top.
Just another excellent wood detail at Spruce street!
Thanks very much to Blair S. of Barrie Avenue for providing these awesome stop motion videos from his backyard transformation.
b sq. Design transformed his backyard into multi-room, multi-use space with the addition of an Arbor, new fencing, new decking, a new bike shed and lots of new garden areas and a small lawn area.
b sq. Design Studio has accepted the invitation to return to Nagasaki Japan in September 2014 to compete once again in the Gardening World Cup. The first ever Gardening World Cup competition took place in October 2010 in Nagasaki, which lies in the south east of the Japanese island of Kyushu. Nagasaki is the home of Japan’s leading garden designer Kazuyuki Ishihara who is also Chelsea show garden gold medalist. Kazuyuki conceived the competition’s theme of gardening for world peace, bringing together countries from across the globe.
b sq. Design was honoured to participate in the inaugural Gardening World Cup in 2010 where their effort for a show garden won a Gold medal for Canada.
Construction in Japan begins Spetember 22nd and final Judging will be on October 4th. 2014!Read More