b'alternative solution - just bring the popcorntake your movie watching out of doorsLandscape designer Adam Shuter suggests this alternative scheme:This sheltered corner of the garden is the perfect spot for an outdoor movie theatre. A portable projector is placed on the concrete cylindrical plinth which doubles as a plinth for a piece of sculpture during the day. Movies are then projected on to the far wall. In the middle of the courtyard two part walls, painted in Resene Imprint, act as feature walls but also as something to lean your bean bag against while watching movies. In front of the feature walls, an open fire pit is formed by river boulders and is flanked by movable custom-made steel seats, which can be relocated to watch movies but still benefit from the warmth of the fire. The courtyard is finished in Waikato pebble, which is laid upon Natural Paving, a plastic cell system which stabilises the pebble for ease of walking. Planting is very simple with llily turf, corokia, Chilean guava and rushes in the pots, which are painted in Resene Kombi. The left side wall is painted in Resene El Nino while the opposite one is Resene Zephyr.mobile0226 820 283webwww.shuter.co.nzReseneZephyrCoast Marine BeanCoast New Zealand www.coastnewzealand.com 09 354 4552Waikato pebble set into Natural Pavingwww.naturalpaving.co.nz 0508 628 728ReseneFire pit made with river bouldersBoulevardReseneKombiReseneEl Ninoillustration ReseneMalcolm WhitePale rush (Juncus pallidus) ImprintLily turf (Liriope muscari)75'