Landscape design is an independent profession and a design and art tradition which is practiced by landscape designers. It is an amalgamation of nature and culture. In recent practice, landscape design bridges the gap between landscape architecture and garden design.[
Landscape design focuses on the integrated master landscape planning of a property. It also lays stress on the specific garden design of landscape elements and plants within it. The practical, aesthetic, horticultural, and environmental sustainability are different aspects of landscape design. Landscape designers often collaborate with related disciplines such as architecture and geography, soils and civil engineering, surveying, landscape contracting, botany, and artisan specialties. Design projects involve two different professional roles: landscape design and landscape architecture.
Landscape design involves artistic composition, artisanship, horticultural finesse and expertise. It also gives emphasis on detailed site involvement from conceptual stages through to final construction. Landscape architecture focuses more on urban planning, city and regional parks, civic and corporate landscapes.
There can be significant overlap of talent and skill between the two roles, depending on the education, licensing, and experience of the professional. Both landscape designers and landscape architects practice landscape design.
What You Learn
EXINIANS are trained about the following-
Theory of Horticulture:
Theory of Design:
How You Learn
Topics Covered in this Landscape Design Class Include:
Skills You Learn
Several landscape design projects are incorporated into the curriculum, each one builds upon previous coursework and gains in complexity. In addition to learning the theory and principles behind picture-perfect landscape designs, one will also get practical experience. One will gain knowledge on how to complete assignments such as developing a base map, preparing a site analysis overlay and creating a front yard landscape plan. EXINIANS are taught how to design a residential courtyard landscape, plan a backyard entertainment area with deck and patio and develop a landscape plan for a corner lot.
These projects will provide the students of EXIN with the chance to apply new knowledge of landscape design concepts and practice using all of the design skills that one has gained during the course. One will also get feedback from the instructor and classmates to help one improve the design concepts so that one can feel confident while presenting to future clients. Weekly design assignments will culminate in a final project in which one will get the opportunity to create a residential landscape plan.
Duration of the Course: 6 months
Interested candidates must have appeared/passed the CBSE/ISCE/ISC/Regional Board (or any other equivalent board) 10+2 examination in any discipline. Candidates who have recently appeared for the examination and are awaiting their results may also apply.
We, at EXIN follow the following evaluation procedures for admission to its various courses. Candidates have to undergo:
The admission procedure to various courses at EXIN follows the method of:
1. An admission test.
2. An all-inclusive interview.