Wyer and Co.
Mosman, Sydney, NSW, Australia
Passed down through generations of landscape designers (the most recent being Peter Fudge), this 100-year-old garden was originally designed as a series of outdoor rooms. And while it had retained adequate structure, the landscape needed consolidating to improve functionality and suit the modern day. Taking cues from the architecture, landscape designer Anthony Wyer proposed a lush botanical garden ﬁlled with textural low- and mid-level plantings while an overhaul of the garden’s underplanting provided opportunity for the client to make their mark on the heritage-listed home. A key focus, however, was to give each room of this 1412 sq m landscape a sense of purpose, be that by creating a better-deﬁned entrance, a more enclosed pool area or a modernised entertaining zone.