Author: Arq. Ivonne Walls

Color in landscape

Color is one of the most rewarding elements of the landscape, but also the one that represents perhaps the greatest challenge when it comes to working on its intervention.

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Learn how to select a plant

Have you ever bought a plant just for its physical appearance without knowing if it is suitable for the place where you want to put it?

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Landscape and identity

The human being is, in general, an indifferent perceiver of the landscape. That is to say, an involuntary receptor of the multiple and varied stimuli coming from the place that inhabits.

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Sound perception and “soundscape”

What if we lived in a world without shapes, smells, colors, sounds and tastes? What if that reality that surrounds us and that we take for granted did not exist, or was not as we perceive it?

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Landscape and Health: Connecting with wellness

THE CULTURAL CONCEPT OF LANDSCAPE HAS EVOLVED FROM ITS CONCEPTION AS A SIMPLE VIEW OR IMAGE, TO ITS DEFINITION AS A CULTURAL PRODUCT THAT CARRIES VALUES SUCH AS HISTORY, IDENTITY AND MEMORY.

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Nature in Times of Pandemic

In these moments, where many of us are facing a great sense of anguish and uncertainty about our future due to the pandemic that is hitting the entire world, it is pertinent to highlight the importance of our relationship with nature to help us improve our health and state of mind.

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The Seascape: The Different Faces of the Sea

Around the coasts of the world, there is a very valuable heritage left by past civilizations that affected the coastal and marine environments.

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The Terrace, a Viewpoint towards the Landscape

A terrace is an external area that is open and flat, it is used, either as an integral element of the landscape, as an extension at the top of a building, or at ground level supported by an embankment or a solid base (whether natural or artificial).

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THE LANDSCAPE AS A TEACHING RESOURCE

The landscape is the place and its image, is the form taken by geographical facts plus their perceptions, interpretations and cultural representations.

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