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Combination of the Natural and Built Environment in Cityscape Design

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cityscape main street view full of green space near the street
  • palm trees and green space near the main road of the city
  • river near the main road of the city in a modern cityscape
  • clay mode render of a cityscape combined with water
  • white render with no material from a modern cityscape
  •  bird view of a modern cityscape with two bridge over the water and green space around the city
  • long bridge above the river in a modern cityscape
  • bird view of a cityscape full of natural elements like water and trees
  • site plan of a cityscape designed with a combination of natural and built environment
  • elevation of a cityscape
  • elevation of a cityscape
  • elevation of a cityscape
City design nowadays is confronted with more and more complex challenges, ranging from climate and financial changes to growing variety and migration of people. A study of such complexity should be very precise and detailed because it can influence so many factors in the feature.

In our opinion connection between the natural elements like trees and water and built environments such as buildings and roads is one of the most vital elements to be considered in the design. Most towns were initially built near water sources. In history, rivers were used for transport and played a significant role in developing the industry.

It wasn't firstly about people. We are fundamentally attached to water. Now, architects and cityscape designers attract tourists by designing waterways with a unique approach and create a pleasant atmosphere for local inhabitants.

But in many cities, like this project, we can do much more with water, we combined the built environment with the water as much as possible and dragged the sea into the city in a way that users will feel they are living in a clam island far away from the crowded cities. It helps to control the climate and balance the heat of summer and the cold weather of the winter in the city.

You probably notice that your local park is probably playing a significant role in the health of your neighborhood, and perhaps your health too. Gardens and other “green areas” aid keep towns cool, and as places of relaxation, can help with health risks due to stress and anxiety. Even looking at greenery can make human beings feel more energetic.

It’s very important not to keep greenery just in parks and some small areas in the city. We brought trees back to the cities as they were in the past eras. The buildings are pulled back from the street, and the gap between them is filled with different type of trees and green spaces.

The most important part of a city is not its buildings or roads or skyscrapers; the most important part is its residence. We should always design to answer human needs, and green spaces like this are what our boy needs.

Sometimes when we are working with large scenes materials and natural elements can distract our designers. So our architectural visualization team provides clay mode renders which has no material attached to it so our architects can decide only on the forms.

In this render, you can only focus on the relation between water and the city and design the proper and desired form for it. In the next stages then materials will add to this scene and the project will get complete.

About The Project

Architect
John Balash

Rating
★★★★☆

Date
2018

Country
Australia

Assistants
Martin Wallin

Project Type
Residential


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