This course looks into many aspects of planning an attractive and functional garden layout. Each week we study a different element of the design process.
What You Will Learn
Client’s brief – working out what features are required in the garden for the garden user’s needs.
Use of equipment in garden design – drawing equipment for the designs themselves or surveying and measuring equipment.
Principles of design – following a number of prescribed underlying principles to make the most of your design and garden.
Selection of hard and soft landscaping materials – use of hard landscaping materials and plants to incorporate into the design.
Problem solving in the garden.
Evaluating the work of other designers – looking at the work of a number of modern designers to evaluate their work and possibly use elements in your own design. This should broaden your ideas.
Drawing concept plans – starting by drawing up a range of ideas that will be incorporated into your design.
Drawing a plan – to a scale of 1:100 as a final design.
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