Landscape architecture is the professional skill of merging the man-made structures, including buildings and paving, with the natural landscape and with designs for landform, water and planting.
This Architecture’s field is on high demand and has assumed a more prominent role in the design and construction process. Landscape architects apply artistic and scientific principles to the planning, design, management, preservation, and rehabilitation of natural and built environments.
Landscape architecture is not just beautification, but it’s about creating a space and the ambiance of a development, initiating lifestyle and create a new public realm and also a quality built environment focused on the ecological footprint and the environmental framework.
Developing a landscape plan in conjunction with the architectural drawings assures that clients will enjoy a better building experience, a superior end result and a significant cost savings. Planning the design of the property along with the design of the house brings better organization to a project.
Savvy homeowners recognize that the key to a successful project is to take a “big picture” approach to design by involving the landscape design in the earliest stages of the process, in order to avoid certain unnecessary expenses.
Another example of the importance of the landscape is to design and manage children’s outdoor environments. There is a huge opportunity to provide necessary spaces for children to engage with the wondrous and playful attributes of nature, to help them become conscient figures in society who will provide a continuing health of our planet.
In other words, neglecting the architectures of the world’s fast-changing landscapes will result in endless highways lined with grey endless blocks and endless tedium atmospheres – dreary expanses of housing, industry, forestry and agriculture – without natural and planting landscapes, rather that create green and invigorating areas and beautiful sustainable cities.