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MODERN LANDSCAPE TECHNIQUES

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MODERN LANDSCAPE TECHNIQUES

  1. 1. A PRESENTATION ON MORDEN LANDSCAPING TECHNIQUES………….. SUBMITTED BY: YOGITA GAIROLA JANVI THAKUR SHREEYA CHOUDHARY RITESH SHARMA SUBMITTED TO: AR. SHIVANI VERMA AR. PRIYANKA KAUSHAL
  2. 2. Modern landscape design is defined by clean edges and an uncluttered look. This landscape design style can be a great fit for a property with a contemporary or modern home as well as a refreshing juxtaposition to a more traditional architectural style. I N T R O D U C T I O N
  3. 3. Designing a modern landscape plan has as much or more to do with materials than it does with the plants. Often, modern landscaping features concrete paths, patios, steps and even planters – all combined with wood or metal accents. Earthenware such as brick or pottery distracts from the modern landscape style’s lines, so concrete or tiles (cutting into shapes with right angles) are the top choice for modern landscape design plans
  4. 4. The main idea is to explore different new and various techniques of modern landscape. As landscaping is not just about growing plants or trees (SOFTSCAPE) but also expands to elemental aesthetics to blend out the design in a modernist way(HARDSCAPE+SOFTSCAPES).
  5. 5. Landscape Architects frequently work to transform areas that contain industrial and toxic waste, infrastructure no longer in use, or land affected by war, natural disaster or disuse. These neglected places, while often having a negative impact on the environment and surrounding community, are simultaneously part of our cultural heritage. Here we’ve selected several of the most original and inventive examples of landscape design from across the world for your inspiration, from urban to suburban, public spaces to private residences.
  6. 6. One of the main goals of modern design is to create contrast. For example a large massing of ornamental grasses pops out against a grey concrete wall, orange cushions draw your eye when placed on otherwise simple patio furniture and a fire pit filled with colored glass demands attention when set amongst a bed of bluestone. It is important to be selective when creating contrast, too much can be overwhelming and make the space seem disjointed. Pick two or three spots in your yard and focus on one contrasting element for each
  7. 7. Modern landscaping is known for its streamlined aesthetic and sleek sophisticated style. Overall the garden will feel controlled and organized. Typically, the focus is heavier on hardscape and structures than it is on plants. Modern plants are usually green and selected for shape and texture. Pops of color are then added with furniture cushions, planters or a painted wall. Popular materials used in modern landscaping include concrete, metal and wood. Many designers opt for leaving concrete surfaces their natural grey, however it can be stained a variety of colors. Metal, especially weathered corten steel, is a common accent in modern gardens. It can be used as planters, as a privacy screen or even as small retaining walls. Wood decking is also common in modern yards. The wood of choice is usually Ipe, a Brazilian hardwood with a rich color.
  8. 8. SUPERTREE GROOVE, SINGAPORE
  9. 9. Modern landscape design is defined by clean edges and an uncluttered look. Modern landscaping features concrete paths, patios, steps and even planters – all combined with wood or metal accents.
  10. 10. Different lighting are used in different ways
  11. 11. Lighting on trees
  12. 12. DIFFERENT TYPES OF PATHS
  13. 13. PATIOS
  14. 14. WATER BODIES
  15. 15. USE OF WOOD
  16. 16. THEME LANDSCAPING
  17. 17. TROPICAL THEME LANDSCAPING A WARM, HUMID CLIMATE IS THE BASIC CONDITION FOR A TROPICAL LANDSCAPE. Using gravel around pavers allows for quick drainage, soil retains moisture to keep gardens well- hydrated. Simple paving stones define the paths in this tropical garden space. This picture shows how a simple tightly fitted stone walkway and bench provides a stunning setting. PLANTS TO INCLUDE With their large petals and bright colors, cannas bring a tropical feel to any landscape. Cannas can be grown from bulbs as an annual; you can dig them up to store for the winter and replant in late spring. The stunning color of this bright hibiscus flower lends happy tropical energy to any landscape. • There are many types of plants suitable for creating a tropical landscaping design, whether in beds or in containers. Bromeliads, orchids, palm trees(Arecaceae), and hibiscus are just a few ideas to start with. • Sometimes including very large-leafed plants creates an optical scale that feels tropical. PAVING STYLES
  18. 18. OTHER ELEMENTS • Using rocks as a design element can add some interesting texture and drama. • Using pieces of sculpture can help enhance their special iconography. • Including a water feature in a tropical garden design gives it authenticity. It also be a good way to keep moisture in the air for thirsty tropical plants. COASTAL THEME LANDSCAPING COASTAL PAVING STYLE Having pavers in the garden is useful for soil erosion, which can be an issue with sandy coastal soils. Aesthetically, pavers can be chosen to reflect the local landscaping styles. PLANTS TO INCLUDE This colorful garden creates a lovely vista with beach roses in the background next to the water. This house uses shrubs to help prevent erosion and also provide privacy and a landscape setting. This seaside cottage has a simple planting of hardy rugosa roses, for beauty and function (protecting the rock wall).
  19. 19. OTHER ELEMENTS This cottage on the coast has its own stone wall and a large boulder sculpture by its entrance, creating a striking landscape design. In hotter coastal climates, swimming pools are considered almost necessary to help keep cool during summers. COLOUERD THEME LANDSCAPING The cement-block wall of this house is not especially attractive. But front-planting it with colorful plants that you are hardly aware of the wall. All of your attention is focused on the warm colors of the flowers.
  20. 20. the function of the plant colors is not to draw attention away from a house feature. But the flower colors of two of the prominent plants in this landscape pick up the color of the shutters. Example of a Cool Color: a Dark Iris they are perfectly suited for meditation gardens Red Canna Flowers Flowers with warm colors, such as red flowers, can be used to draw the eye to a particular spot in the yard that you wish to call attention to. the photo here shows an example where a color-contrast was employed. In this case, it is yellow and purple.
  21. 21. FUNCTIONAL ASPECTS TO THESE MODERN TECHNIQUES Open spaces For parks and open spaces, two key are paths to direct traffic and distanced seating. This is a good excuse to add more plants in urban environments – preferably native for outdoors. Also, it's an occasion to create more functional and enjoyable spaces that will benefit public life even when social distancing will be a thing of the past.
  22. 22. THE SHOPPING MALL’S INTERIOR
  23. 23. RAINWATER CATCHSERS AS LANDSCAPING ELEMENT. THIS COULD BE A REALLY EFFICIENT WAY TO PRESERVE THE CLEAN RAINWATER AND REUSE IT. AS AN AESTHETIC POINT OF VIEW TOO THESE STANDS BLENDS IN WITH THE THEMES OF THE GARDEN. THE WATER COULD BE USED TO WATER THE PLANTS OR TO PROVIDE WATER TO A FOUNTAIN THERE OR RUN ACROSS THE GARDEN THROUGH OPEN STREAMS.
  24. 24. DESIGNING A LANDESCAPED SEATING SPACE ADMIST THE CONCRETE STRUCTURES.

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