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Introduction to landscape

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Introduction to landscape

  1. 1. Conversation
  2. 2. Introduction to Landscape
  3. 3. Definition Landscape architecture is a Profession which applies the Artistic & Scientific Principles to Research, Planning, Design & Management of both Natural & Built Environments
  4. 4. Components - Aesthetic Concepts of Designing – From Elements to Principles
  5. 5. Elements Individual Factors of Sensual Pleasure
  6. 6. Elements Form & Mass Line Colour Light & Shade Texture Space Time Climate & Season
  7. 7. Elements Scent
  8. 8. Principles Compositions of Sensual Pleasure
  9. 9. Principles Rhythm &Balance Unity and Variety Scale &Proportion Accent &Contrast 3-D SpatialForm
  10. 10. Components - Physical Ideas to Reality
  11. 11. Natural Components Natural Beauty
  12. 12. Natural Components Rock Earth Plants Water
  13. 13. Man-made Components Artificial Beauty
  14. 14. Barriers Walkways Sculptures Buildings Furniture Services Man-made Components
  15. 15. Types of Landscape Design Designing to Planning - Context & Structures
  16. 16. Planning Urban Design Site Planning Parks & Recreation Land Development Heritage Conservation Ecological & Environmental Planning
  17. 17. Designing Industrial Residential Commercial Institutional Leisure & Recreational Religious / Spiritual
  18. 18. Design Development Graphics - Drawings & Details
  19. 19. Stages Conceptual Landscape Development Plan Design Parameters Site Analysis Clients Requirements & Economical Environmental - Optimum Cut & Fill Functional Visual
  20. 20. Detailing & Specification Selection of Appropriate Local Materials Hard scape Details Detailing & Specification Sustainable / Native, Low Maintenance Plants Soft scape Details Detailing & Specification Water Bodies, Sculptures & Furniture Customize Design Features Stages
  21. 21. Stages Lighting Plan Storm Water Layout Irrigation Details Integrated Service Layout
  22. 22. Professional Tasks Role & Responsibility
  23. 23. •The planning, form, scale and siting of new developments •Parks of General design and public infrastructure •Sustainable development •Storm water management including rain gardens, green roofs, groundwater recharge, Green infrastructure, and treatment wetlands •Landscape design for educational function and site design for public institutions and government facilities •Parks, botanical gardens, arboretums, greenways, and nature preserves •Recreation facilities; i.e.: playgrounds, golf courses, theme parks and sports facilities •Housing areas, industrial parks and commercial developments •Estate and residence landscape master planning and design
  24. 24. Highways, transportation structures, bridges, and transit corridors •Urban design, town and city squares, waterfronts, pedestrian schemes, and parking lots •Natural park, tourist destination, and recreating historical landscapes, and historic garden appraisal and conservation studies •Reservoirs, dams, power stations, reclamation of extractive industry applications or major industrial projects and mitigation •Environmental assessment and landscape assessment, planning advice and land management proposals. •Coastal and offshore developments and mitigation •Ecological Design any aspect of design that minimizes environmentally destructive impacts by integrating itself with natural processes and sustainability •not just parks and promenades, but mine sites, active rail corridors, marine ports, landfills, interstate overpasses, river spillways, and old factory sites
  25. 25. To be ..........

Notas do Editor

  • Practitioners of this profession apply creative and technical skills and scientific, cultural and political knowledge in the planned arrangement of natural and constructed elements on the land with a concern for the stewardship and conservation of natural, constructed and human resources. The resulting environments shall serve useful, aesthetic, safe and enjoyable purposes.

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