It is not used if a view does not exist. Geometry is part of everyday life and influences the places where we live. A direct relationship exists between two objects on a plane. Because this relationship exists, a landscaper must pay attention to the architecture before placing new objects or creating new spaces. Regardless of the geometry chosen (rectilinear, curvilinear, radial, or tangent arc, for example), the space and the objects proposed must match the existing architecture (Figure 19-21-d). The first image is a bubble chart used to determine the best locations for the required activities and how much space these activities need, and to study the relationship and circulation between activities.
Bridging the foliage to hide the corners will make a house wider and more compact. Evergreen plants are often chosen for foundation planting because they retain their color throughout the year. Deciduous plants also have a lot to offer, as many have interesting foliage, colorful bloom, berries or bark. A combination of evergreen and deciduous shrubs can make an attractive foundation planting. Foundation plantings should not be planted within 1m of the house and tall shrubs should be planted further away if necessary. This distance allows the shrubs to grow sufficiently to keep out of the house and minimize possible damage to shrubs caused by snow falling from the roof.
Masonry pilasters are both a problem solver and a space finisher. Here, the stone goes with the front of the house, offering a landscape hard light that contrasts significantly with the landscape all green. The darker shades of cycads and Mediterranean palms create the perfect blend of light and darkness that strikes the special pavement at the front door. An entry portal is often used when the entrance door is not very visible or located in a counterintuitive place. This simple lighted arbor providesThere's more lighting at the curb to help visitors find the door without the sticky solution of doubling the walk with appliances.