This book provides a comprehensive view of the landscape design process—offering professionals an ongoing education, the latest trends, and new design ideas. Its coverage includes design analysis, study of land forms and planning of land form manipulation, area creation and circulation, environmental adjustments, the aesthetics of good design, appropriate materials selection, bidding and estimating, and the proper use of enriching materials in the landscape. For landscape designers, architects, and salespeople.
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The book allows the reader to bring the practical aspects of designing into the classroom everyday, preparing students for professional work in the field.From the Back Cover:
Written for horticulture and landscaping students and professional landscapers, Landscape Design: A Practical Approach will also serve as a valuable reference for landscape architects because of many practical applications.
This comprehensive guidebook provides a good, basic understanding of the landscape design process, including:
Additionally, valuable materials covering specification reading and writing, bidding and estimating, and sales are included.
You can't find another landscape designer's manual so chock-full of practical guidelines and handy techniques designed to put you at the forefront of your profession sooner than you thought possible!
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2001. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Introduction to Today's Landscaping. 2. Design Analysis. 3. Areas and Circulation. 4. Studying the Land Forms. 5. Planning the Alteration of Land Forms. 6. The Walls and Ceiling. 7. Principles of Planting Design. 8. Plantings and Architecture. 9. Matching Plant Materials to Design Criteria. 10. Covering the Ground. 11. Embellishments. 12. Special Landscape Problems: Business and Rental Properties. 13. Specifications, Estimations, and Bids. 14. The Role of the Designer/Salesperson. 15. Computers in Landscape Design. 16. Designing Automatic Irrigation Systems. Appendix A: Plant Materials Guidelists. Appendix B: Measurements and Weights. Appendix C: Helpful Organizations. Bibliography and Suggested References. Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0130105813
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