How do you design a landscape book suitable for its intended uses? How can the natural qualities of a landscape be enhanced with new features and focal points? How can you make pedestrians stay on the footpath? What kind of plant, path or wall should you put where, and what sort of contract should you choose for your client's contractor? This refreshing, down-to-earth book answers these questions, guiding new students through the many facets of professional practice and welding together the artistic, legal, financial, environmental and management issues which can seem so dauntingly disconnected. Illustrated with original drawings, photographs, sample plans and facsimiles, including a new colour plate section, this readable classic has been fully revised and updated throughout.6. Artefacts or sculptures or focal points existing: to be retained, removed, replaced as necessary. Maintenance 1. ... checklist. Survey a visual factors 1. Climate: local, national, microclimate; degree of shelter/exposure; degree of sun/ shade. 2.
|Title||:||An Introduction to Landscape and Garden Design|
|Author||:||Mr James Blake|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2015-07-28|