Environmental design is a complex science and a definite art. Landscape architects must make many vital decisions regarding evaluative design and aesthetic judgments within the context of every project. And still, at times, the public is displeased with the results.
If one angle of environmental design is emphasised over all others, this can negatively impact the relationship between human beings and their environment. In any and all instances, folks must connect with their landscape.
Any aspect of any given landscape can draw a particular response from the viewer. So at all times, landscape artists and designers must incorporate possible emotional reactions and mental interpretations into their projects. And for every perceived problem, there must be a solution.
A good landscape design can morph instantly and magically into a cultural icon. For example; The Legend Siam Theme Park in Thailand, a cultural theme park, uses modern technology to present Thai culture and trends.
The more culturally relevant that a landscape is, the more benefits that people will derive from it. And the more ecologically positive and preserved a space is, the happier and healthier a place will be in the eyes of many people.
An interior garden space, for instance, can do much to secure the viewer’s attention and soothe their senses.
Landscape artists always must heed and capture their client’s vision for the perfect landscape design; one embedded in nature, that captures their nature.