Paul Barnett Design Group (PBDG) is a multi-award winning Canberra architecture firm.
Offering a full range of Architecture and Project Management services, PBDG has over 20 years experience in the industry, delivering a diverse range of projects to Canberra and regional NSW.
Our Company Philosophy embraces environmental design, which is strongly underpinned by a commitment to quality management systems. We create beautiful buildings and environments and engage with master builders and craftspeople.
Landscape designs and garden consultations including all aspects of the landscape and plant design
A consultation in your garden may include:
*Advice, specific to your site.
*An A3 sketch of the preliminary design showing the placement of garden details such as retaining walls, paving, pergola etc.
*Plants recommended for the area.
*Advice on suggested next steps, if relevant, such as construction work and planting.
*Advice on recommended landscape contractors, pool builders as required. You may ...
The Dept. of Design is a collaborative design team with a vision to think outside the box, delivering creative, functional results and a great customer experience. We love our work and we love our clients. You’re the reason we’re here. We want to help you create engaging spaces that look and feel amazing.
For us, design is all about collaboration. We’re big on relationships and we work together with some of Canberra’s best architects, builders, marketing agencies and project managers to ...
MATHER Architecture is dedicated to architecture and ecologically sustainable design through a thorough understanding of site, context and brief.
Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Planning
Certifications and Awards
Curtin Ridge Residence
- 2012 ACT AIA People's Choice Award
- Winner 2016 HIA ACT/Southern NSW Region Renovation / Addition Project $500,001 to $650,000.
- Judge's Commendation of the 2016 MBA ACT & CBUS Awards, Best Remodelling Project ...
Designing the perfect outdoor area in Australia is often influenced by climate and lifestyle. Not only do you need to consider what kind of design will keep you feeling comfortable, but what design will allow your plants to survive, and to thrive. There is no perfect formula. Each garden is as unique as the land, house, and people who live there. However, it’s always a great idea to plan sustainably, and a water-saving garden is never a bad choice!