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Elements of Landscape

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Elements of Landscape

  1. 1. 8th semester march’ 2013 Presented by . PANKAJ KUMAR SAGAR VISHVENDU PANDEY E mail id. sagarpankaj6@mail.com MISCELLANEOUS SYMBOLS North Arrow: Scale: ¼” = 1’ Scale is located in title box Title Box: Holds all vendor /client and drawing information. Legal and binding.
  2. 2. THE 5 ELEMENTS OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN INCLUDE: • Color – It is important to use a complementing color scheme throughout the yard. Sometimes Contrast can create some interest and excitement. • Direction or Line – Linear patterns are used to direct physical movement and to draw attention to areas in your garden. • Form – Form can be expressed through built objects or trees and shrubs of various shapes and sizes which create natural patterns. • Texture – Paving and building materials along with plants with varying textures can add to the atmosphere of your outdoor area. • Scale – Your outdoor design should balance the size of the buildings or established plants it surrounds, while maintaining a comfortable human environment for the individuals who will use the area. ADVANCED ELEMENTS OF LANDSCAPE  Water features  Stone  Shelters  Sitting  Fencing  Sculptures  Lightning  Other Elements STONE: Stones are hard, impermeable inorganic elements used extensively in landscape architecture. Stones are basically used for the following: •Paving •Retaining walls •Stacked stone wall •Sitting •Shelters The surfaces of pathways or patios that lead to, or are under structures, can be just as important as the structure itself, and should tie into the total design….These pictures illustrate using stone that was already on the site Water Features;
  3. 3. Shelters SEATING Seating should be sited so as to: • Be sheltered from wind • Take advantage of site views • Be situated back of circulation paths • Provide a variety of options for pedestrians such as… sunlight, shade, multitude, activity, formality, informality etc. • They include benches, stools, ledges, seat walls, steps etc. Paving :  Paving is the method of creating durable surfaces laid down on an area intended to sustain traffic (vehicular or foot traffic). The most common modern paving methods are stone and concrete. In the past, brick was extensively used. Today, permeable paving methods are beginning to be used more for low-impact roadways and walkways.  They are used to create relatively level areas at different elevations, where changes in elevation can’t be accomplished by grading because of limited horizontal distances or where changes of grade must be accomplished with least disturbance to topography. Used as a  Bench wall,  Base for a fence,  An accent element in the landscape. RETAINING WALLS SEATING Seating should be sited so as to: • Be sheltered from wind • Take advantage of site views • Be situated back of circulation paths • Provide a variety of options for pedestrians such as… sunlight, shade, multitude, activity, formality, informality etc. • They include benches, stools, ledges, seat walls, steps etc. BENCHES  Benches, in the cityscape, are a focus of activity and welcome relief for those who wish to sit and relax or simply pass their time between various activities.

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