Frequently imperceptible to the inhabitant, the architectural plans of landscape designs are unquestionably the best tool for understanding certain relationships between elements and the strategic organization of the work. They are therefore an essential part of any good architecture project.
The distribution and type of vegetation, topography levels, the relationships between the preexisting urban or natural context, the possible routes and incorporated activities, and the materiality and the dimensional precision required for its construction are some of the considerations that are usually reiterated in this type of representation.
The result permits the communication of intentions in an organized way, while clearly exposing the concerns of the authors; for this reason, we invite you to review a series of different examples of architectural plans of public spaces that enables a comprehensive approach to the role of each project.
Cite: Dejtiar, Fabian. "Landscape Representation: The Role of Architectural Plans in Parks and Public Spaces" [Representación del paisaje: el rol de la planta de arquitectura en parques y plazas] 20 Mar 2018. ArchDaily. (Trans. Gosselin, Marina) Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/890583/landscape-representation-the-role-of-architectural-plans-in-parks-and-public-spaces> ISSN 0719-8884