Treeline Designz created an inspirational garden that blends well into the surroundings - making it look like a natural part of decades-old flora and fauna of Islamabad. The design aimed to adapt the house to the environment and achieve excellent views of the lush green neighborhood.
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Reinterpreting the possibilities of garden design in a world with limited water
Karratha Health Campus From Baron Sandpit To Restorative Oasis
Resourceful planting and irrigation are helping this new civic landscape thrive in the harsh climate of Australia’s Pilbara region.
Recreating The Magic Of Expo 67
Once home to the 1967 Expo world fair, Montreal’s iconic Parc Jean-Drapeau is transformed by designer Lemay
Designing Open Spaces
Turkish company, Orientalis Landscaping shares their insight from a recent residential project in Sharjah.
Interview With Sajid Kagadi
Business Development Manager GreenKeeper Landscaping & Irrigation Works LLC. Dubai, UAE.
A Pakistani Family Home That Blends And Ages With The Landscape
This is the dream home for Mr. Y K and his family, he has fairly traditional tastes but was open to new ideas for the design.
Wasit Wetland Centre Is A Beacon Of Conservation
A former waste dumping ground in Sharjah has had its indigenous ecosystem restored and is proving popular with visitors who come to learn about their natural environment.
Sustainable Landscape Refurbishment – A Change Initiative
Landscape refurbishment is a sustainable solution to save environmental pollution by reducing waste and conserving material by maintaining them with eco – friendly practices.
Save The Trees
John A. Davies, an avid Landscape reader, explains his love for trees and how we can save them with various case studies
Why Heirloom Tomatoes Are Trending
Heirloom vegetables, herbs, and flowers are having a moment right now! You’ll find them in most top restaurants and sitting supreme in your local market but they’re not a new thing- in fact they’ve come to us from the past. What are they and what do they mean for our health?
Two Thirds Of Pakistanis Are Under 30. Bring On The Raves!
Foreign companies are sponsoring raves to reach young, affluent consumers
Halt to sugar-cotton imports from India has not stalled the India Pakistan peace process. While the two sides are engaged in back-channel diplomacy, they do have differences on key issues as per the reports appearing in Pakistani media, reports Tahir Bhat
Game of silences
There has been a perceptible thaw in India-Pakistan relations, but the road to peace is fraught with uncertainties
President, first lady get vaccine jab, laud PTI's lockdown policy
NCOC allows walk-in vaccination for citizens aged 70 and above; educational institutions in Peshawar, Islamabad and 7 cities of Punjab shut again; parliament temporarily suspends activities amid surge in virus cases
All quiet on the western front
Most of the world and its elder brothers in Washington believe that there is so much distrust between India and Pakistan that the two might go to war at the drop of a brass hat.
‘Historic moment:' First Virgin Atlantic flight lands in Pakistan
PM’s adviser along with UK High Commissioner welcome Virgin Airlines staff and its passengers at Islamabad Airport; ‘resumption of international airlines will boost trade ties between Pak and Britain’
11 courts sealed after judges and staff test positive for virus
Pakistan’s daily coronavirus cases cross 1,000 mark for first time since July; voice chancellors demand special COVID-19 package for universities
India to Pak: Give Jadhav Queen's Counsel as lawyer
Salve, who represented Jadhav at the ICJ too, was appointed Queen’s Counsel in January
No role for third party: MEA on US Prez Trump's offer for help
NEW DELHI: Days after Trump reiterated his offer to “help” India and Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday ruled out third-party involvement in the matter and slammed Islamabad for its “double standards”.
Hall Of Whispers
Pakistan’s interest in the Kartarpur corridor reeks of a sinister plan to revive Sikh militancy