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Landscape design architect creates beautiful outdoor spaces. The term landscape design covers two apparently contradictory elements. Landscape is traditionally thought to refer to undisturbed natural landscapes, and design is evidently artificial. But we must recognize that untouched landscapes are almost absent from large parts of the world, or exist only as a temporarily abandoned terrain subject solely to sporadic attacks. Built and unbuilt land are today strongly related in a dialectic relationship. This has also generated a spatial way of thinking in landscape design, comparable with architectural or town planning design processes.Landscape design architect plan design public outdoor spaces, such as gardens, campuses, parks, commercial centers, waterfront development, resorts, Institutional and industrial

1.     Design Rules

A very basic rule landscape architect need to be in follow is that the building should be linked with the site.  There are regulations about the distance of walls and fences from boundaries are laid down in the Law on the Rights of Neighbours and the individual state building regulations. The normal situation is that every house owner has to fence the right-hand side of their boundary as seen from the road. The joint back is to be fenced communally, i.e. the costs of minimal fencing (wire mesh fence, height = 1.25 m are to be shared. If a house owner has a sole duty of enclosure, then they must bear the cost of fencing alone and the fencing must stand on their own property. If the enclosure duty is shared, then the barrier must be centred on the boundary. There is a general duty of enclosure when it is usual in the location.Walls and retaining walls including enclosures do not require.

2. Cost required for Landscape Design

   

The cost involve in the Landscape design are extraordinary high. Landscape design architect may charge the cost for Landscape design on lump sum basis or at the 5% of total cost for comprehensive architectural services.

                                   

 Design Parameters involved in Landscape

Aesthetic landscape compositions are congenial solutions for a space, which form an inseparable unit with buildings or town planning. So it is evident that landscape design architects are integrated into the project team right from the start, like structural or services engineers. The Foundation aspect in landscape design architect as follows –

                                 i.            Horizontal aspects

The general structuring of outdoor areas in context with the surroundings is regarded as a horizontal aspect. This is a fundamental organization following considerations like idea, function, design and form. It can produce horizontal results like paving, lawns etc. and also vertical like buildings, trees, pergolas etc.

According to concept, items can be related to each other, repeated or contrasted; or a number of items can be superimposed. Open areas can, for example, continue themes or materials from

Buildings or provide a contrast. The ideal is to produce a central theme without functional limitations and then develop a design to make it readable.

                               ii.            Vertical aspects

It is the concepts for outdoor areas derive from the fundamental horizontal aspects and substantiate them. Not only is the selection of materials important but also the spatial contexts of the immediate surroundings. If there is a dip or a rise in the field of view, this lends the space to different interpretations. On the peak of a rise or in an open area, a roof, object or shelter can offer an impression of spatial definition. In street environments, trees can reduce the proportions of high buildings to a human scale and create small spaces within large. Vertical aspects, whether built or planted, should be to a sensible scale and integrate seamlessly into the overall concept of landscape architecture.

                            iii.            Form of illustration

The decision how to illustrate with plans or drawings depends greatly on the stage of the project work. In the preliminary design and actual design phases, hand sketches and drawings can even today still contribute to a project’s presentation. At these stages,forms of illustration have a great significance.

                             iv.            Design of earthworks –

Modelled areas of ground are generally perceived as pleasant and interesting which can have a strong effect on the perception of as pace. The human eye looks for viewpoints and fixed objects in an open area. An example of this is the common hilly landscape with meadows, farmland and isolated trees in open man-made countryside. This impression can be achieved with intentionally designed terrain modelling as an addition to vertical structures or plants. Homogeneously occupied areas (lawns, ground-cover planting of uniform height, paving), with sunken centres in particular,make spaces seem larger. Wavy or hilly ground modelling can also enlarge the impression of space. According to the situation,this can enable economic synergies to be gained through the management of earth quantities. While designing landscape, there are many factors compacted like Preservation of topsoil, Slope Protection, Soil formation, Soil Loosening, soil improvement,  etc.

                               v.            Design aspects of walls and fences –

During the planning stage of landscape design it should generally be noted that walls and fences form vertical optical barriers. This should be used intentionally to create spaces or particular views. Individual spaces can be created out of large areas either geometrically or also organically. The selection of materials should consider the overall design concept. For Instance, paving can be of materials natural stone, brick etc. that ‘grow out of’their original location, and can be continued into walls to create a tranquil and homogeneous effect. Walls and fencing offer a multitude of design forms and types. Like, Wooden Fences, Metal Fences, Metal mesh or grilles etc.

                             vi.            Freestanding walls and Retaining Walls –

Freestanding walls are only subject to damp from the soil through the foundations and there less problematic in the choice of materials. Whereas Retaining walls can be self-supporting of concrete with facing brick or of dry stone.

                            vii.            Copings 

The tops of walls must be protected against rain and snow by covering them with large slabs or stones. The coping element should have a cross-fall of at least 0.5%. Longitudinal joints in the coping are not allowed and butt joints must be at right angles to the wall centre-line.

                          viii.            Pergolas and trellises – 

In addition to the selection of a material for the planned pergola, its position within the outdoor area needs to be considered carefully.

Large pergolas form spaces almost like buildings, and should be justified by their function or particular aesthetic value. Pergolas can lead to special places or viewpoints and can be used to divide spaces and/or as a sitting area Pergolas with climbing plants should be detailed in accordance with the particular characteristics of the intended plant (spacing of supports for climbing or winding plants.

                             ix.            PATHS, PAVING, STEPS

For the design of paths and paved areas, questions of proportion are important and the selection of materials is decisive. Firstly,the correct dimensions for path width, free paved areas and enclosed spaces need to be determined according to the use and surroundings. Where as Steps overcome height differences: they are therefore always Significant as a vertical design aspect and require detailed matching to the overall theme. Flat and wide steps with low risers appear softer, more spacious and stronger in design. The steeper and narrower the steps, the more functional the impression.

 

                               x.            Rainwater Management and drainage

Rainwater management is urgently suggested for ecological and economic reasons in order to preserve the natural rainwater cycle as far as possible. The basic principle of rainwater management is to avoid, reduce or at least greatly delay surface water running off into the drains where it arrives or in the immediate vicinity. Certainly, Drainage is generally differentiated into linear or point drainage.Depending on the surfacing, surface falls should be provided to drain surface water appropriately at all times of year.

 

 

 

5.     FAQ about home, Terrace or any Landscape Design

 

 

i.                    What are the 6main types of landscapes?

There are different types of landscapes. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landscape, like, desert, taiga, wetland, mountain range, cliff, littoral zone, coast, tundra, shrub land, forest, rain forest, woodland, moors etc.

 ii.                  What is the difference between architect and landscape architect?

Architect Design structures, such as residential buildings or commercial buildings, whereas Landscape architects Provides plan for the outdoor areas around structures, as design work is the fundamental difference between architect and Landscape Architect. 

iii.                How do I find landscape architect in pune?

Speak with number of landscape architect and discuss with them about your budget and project. You can take reference from your contact also. The best way to post enquiry on https://foot2feet.com/construction-services/architect-in-pune/ about architectural services, here you will get quotation from several architect. 

iv.                What is difference between natural and man made landscape?

Natural Landscape is an environment which exist even in man’s absence, certainly its not affected by human activities. In the same vein Manmade landscape is the art of designing the drives, lawns, walks, gardens and shrubs  with the help of natural elements like stones, bricks, water, landforms and many more. 

v.                  What is cheapest rock for landscaping?

Crushed gravel and pea gravel are the cheapest landscapes rocks. 

vi.                How do you landscape the front of your house?

Enormous foundation planting along the front of your house will make good landscape look. 

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