Landscape architecture

In constant development

So-called “Open Space Planning” is an important component of the Municipal Development Plan for the planned redevelopment of non-built-up areas.

Open Space Planning, also known as landscape architecture, is to be understood as an aesthetic and artistic discipline which creates, on a scientific and technical basis, living space sensitive to ecological and social factors. An example of this is the endeavour to achieve a balanced relationship in major cities between residential areas and open spaces.

In seeking to create living space, landscape architecture relies on the use of dynamic means – often natural components such as hedges, trees and ground cover. For this reason a landscape architecture project is never truly finished, but a concept in development.  

 

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