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Difference between Landscape Design and an Environmental Design
Hi friends, I want to know the difference betwwen a landscape design or an Environmental Design Project?
Vikkram Gotluru
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Difference between Landscape Design and an Environmental Design
environmental design is more about natural elements, but landscape design thinks about social, cultural or intangible elements of the space too.
Ali Asadpour
Difference between Landscape Design and an Environmental Design
mainly landscape design is sister arts, dealing with the design of landscape. they are nature design projects, the scale and scope of the project, and the degree of technical expertise needed to excuse the project. in a word it is the design of gardens and smaller landscapes that do not involve highly specialized technical design solutions or large infrastructure systems. In the other hand Environmental design can also refer to the applied arts and sciences dealing with creating the human-designed environment.
User Somu
Difference between Landscape Design and an Environmental Design
As per my knowledge Landscape Design deals with design as per the contour i.e., according to height and depth of the earth surface. And Enviromental Design deals with the sustainable development i.e., development with local elements with out disturbing the evniroment mainly eco-friendly in nature including eneregy management, material usage for the construction, connectivity and transportion and other needs will be taken considera as per the project requirements and size of the project(I think).

--vjankreddy
Janardhan Reddy Kaila
Difference between Landscape Design and an Environmental Design
Hi Vikkram,
From my understanding Landscape design is exactly what it says. The design of a landscape, be it for residential or commercial. You plan everything for the area: drainage, lighting, paths or roads, any earth mounds for planting, valleys, water features and the plants and trees of course.
The idea of environmental design involves creating the interior space of the building on the land and the landscaping too, there by creating a seamless environment or vision between the two. In some cases it is possible to create the building too but that is hard if you do not have architectural design experience (but it is the most rewarding and challenging experience). You can also try working with an architect to create a complete environment.
Hope that helps.
Al-karim Wissanji
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