NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL ELEMENTS USED IN LANDSCAPING A PRIVATE SPACE FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL AREAS

Rodica Badescu, T. Salagean, M. Dirja, G. Badescu, Adela Hoble

Abstract


Manmade landscapes are made up of natural elements and artificial elements. Some natural elements such as macro-relief elements, hydro-geological, climatic conditions, astral light etc., cannot be changed under direct human intervention, this adaptation conditioning design solutions. Natural elements that can be changed are: watercourses, swamps, rocks, soil and vegetation. Artificial elements, constructed, functional and decorative are: roads, streets and alleys, pavilions with different destinations, playgrounds etc.. Natural features of the land are exploited, model, supplemented or corrected in order to create, redevelopment or change of scenery. The private garden is located in the village Cubleșul Somesan, being identified plot number 80 consists of three parcels totaling 10,800 square feet with one hand and another group of houses and households semirural type.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/arspa.v83i3-4.9082



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