Editor’s Choice: “Aquascaping”

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Aquascaping

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The practical, aesthetic, horticultural, and environmental sustainability components merit Landscape design inclusion. There are innumerable other design factors and considerations brought to the complex process of designing a garden that is beautiful, well functioning, and thrives over time. For the period before 1800, the history of landscape gardening (later called landscape architecture) is largely that of master planning and garden design for manor houses, palaces and royal properties, religious complexes, and centers of government. Landscape design focuses on both the integrated master landscape planning of a property and the specific garden design of landscape elements and plants within it. It also draws upon applied sciences: Agricultural & Horticultural Sciences, Engineering Geomorphology, landscape architecture, and Mining, Geotechnical, and Civil, Agricultural & Irrigation Engineering. The combination of the tradition of landscape gardening and emerging city planning that gave Landscape Architecture its unique focus to serve these needs. It differs from, but embraces traditional reclamation. The iterative process of planning, design, and performance assessment by a multidisciplinary team is the basis of landscape engineering.

The iterative process of planning, design, and performance assessment by a multidisciplinary team is the basis of landscape engineering. The term landscape architecture was invented by Gilbert Laing Meason in 1828, and John Claudius Loudon (1783–1843) was instrumental in the adoption of the term landscape architecture by the modern profession. IFLA was founded at Cambridge, England, in 1948 with Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe as its first president, representing 15 countries from Europe and North America. Landscape performance assessment is critical to both of these, and is also important for estimating liability and levels of financial assurance.

The term landscape architecture was invented by Gilbert Laing Meason in 1828, and John Claudius Loudon (1783–1843) was instrumental in the adoption of the term landscape architecture by the modern profession. It also draws upon applied sciences: Agricultural & Horticultural Sciences, Engineering Geomorphology, landscape architecture, and Mining, Geotechnical, and Civil, Agricultural & Irrigation Engineering.

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