Ambient lighting is the art of lighting without visible fixations. Think of it as a theatrical approach, in which you highlight certain elements of the frontal landscape of your home. When designed for general illumination, the visitor travels through a magical nocturnal environment before even reaching the front door. A brightly colored small tree is a powerful front yard design tool that provides a strong visual interest in landscaping the facade of a home.
It is often more economical to slow down the planting schedule and buy good-quality cropland rather than suffer large losses due to soil poverty. A necessary part of any landscape are the alleyways and alleys that make the home and property accessible. The aisles must be straight, wide enough for two cars and have a place to turn, if possible. A walkway should be 1.0 to 1.25 m wide to allow two people to keep in touch. Plantations near alleys and access roads should leave enough room for the clearing without damaging the plants. The public space of a property is the visible area of the street.
Evaluating the winter and summer sun angles, as shown in Figure 19-32, tells us where to leave the open areas that allow the winter sun's rays to heat the house and outdoor living spaces. Knowing the direction of prevailing winter winds is crucial in deciding where to place a windbreak, which can be particularly important in the mountains or on the coast. Understanding wind patterns is also important to avoid including structures or plants in the design that block summer breezes from outdoor living spaces.
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