Landscape designers integrate nature and culture to shape it in a practical and pleasing way. This video will focus on some of the lesser-known things about Landscape engineers.
It isn’t just about plants for them.
They use AutoCAD and Photoshop to visualize environments that work seamlessly to serve the citizens. Whether it be combining certain plants so that people are drawn to a particular location, a landscape engineer can put those ideas in place.
It could be residential buildings, cityscapes, or commercial buildings; a landscape designer puts forth ideas for better living, especially in public settings. It isn’t just about improving the appearance of the greenery; it’s about finding and creating a flow between nature and the existing infrastructure.
One path towards becoming a landscape designer is to take a plant identification course coupled with a design studio course, the combination of which enables one to design with plants in mind. Ultimately the goal is to gain a Bachelor of Science in landscape architecture.
Overall, a landscape designer exists in both architecture and landscape worlds, and their goal is to see how to achieve set goals in harmony.