Landscape-architecture meaning

The definition of landscape architecture is the design of outdoor spaces for a special purpose or effect.
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Investigation, selection and allocation of land and water resources for acceptable use.
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Studies of feasibility.
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Formulation of pictorial and written criteria to govern the design and planning of land construction programs.
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Review, preparation and analysis of master plans for land usage and development.
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Production of overall site plans, landscape grading and landscape drainage plans, irrigation plans, and details of construction.
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Specifications, estimates of cost, and reports for the development of land.
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Collaboration in bridges, roads and structure designs in respect to the aesthetic and functional requirements for the areas in which they serve.
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Negotiation and arrangement for land area projects.
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Observation in the field of the actual construction, restoration and maintenance of the land.

An example of landscape architecture is a park with fountains for kids, paths for runners, hedges for borders and drought-resistent native plants.

An example of landscape architecture is Central Park, the first piece of landscape architecture, which was created in New York City in 1858.

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The art or profession of planning or changing the natural scenery of a place for a desired purpose or effect.
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