This is what an installation over 120m² looks like, and it has quite a few features that make it slightly more complex than your average garden.
For one there are two trees growing towards the back of the garden, with a build up towards the trunks. Slopes can be tricky to get right, but the team have made sure that the grass sits smoothly on the slope and has been cut to fit snugly around the perimeter of the trees. Trees are often one of the main reasons people get artificial grass with shade causing a big problem for grass growth.
There are also significant flower beds to the side. Instead of using the typical timber edging, the team have used metal. This is a better choice if you want to get those sleek, rolling curves on gardens of great length.