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Park Construction Architectural Elements

The finishing touches attained by architectural elements round off green areas. They do have both functional and aesthetic significance in shaping out lawn areas. Small architectural elements can be the composition focus of different nooks and locales of the garden or park. Most importantly, they should be carried out as to correspond to the scale and style of the green areas environment. They could best fit if made of natural materials, such as wood, stone, metal and concrete.
Garden Footbridges are an element of shaping out the water areas. They are functionally important and it is better to be located in the narrowest part of the aquatic area. They would best fit a more scenic landscape.
Pavilions are usually located at key-points in the garden, providing a natural finishing of alleys or adding to alley-crossings. Located at an elevated vantage point, they provide various views to different park and garden locales. Pavilions can be of different sizes, depending on their purpose, equipped with different pieces of furniture, such as tables, chairs, benches, etc.
Pergolas are park elements, consisting of supporting pillars and trellises. They are usually made of wood, metal, and, stone and concrete as load-bearing elements. Typically, they are combined with clambering plants with seats for rest underneath. This architectural element is most frequently made use of in park environments. When several installed, pergolas shall be of the same style and materials. They can be located at any spot in the garden, where a place of rest is intended.
Trellises (or Treillages from French) are lath grates, designed as support to clambering plants. They can also be used as separating panels or decorative wall panels. They can most easily screen an unpleasant view or render a lush-green background to a sculpture.
Drinking Fountains are the most commonly encountered elements in any garden or park. According to their type of mounting and location, they could either be mural or stand-alone. In larger park areas, they are combined with rest and picnicking spots. Since they have always been invariable centers of attraction, decorative plants are but an obligatory emphatic element, some of the most appropriate being weeping plant species and suspended plants. Decorative vases and pots can be a pleasant addition, as long as they have been made of the same material.
Sculptures are architectural elements, the foreground focus of a composition either of an entire park or separate nooks and parts of it. They have a considerable impact on the artistic atmosphere in shaping out the lawn areas and park spaces. As pieces of art, they have high aesthetic value. Their impact can be heightened by appropriate plants as part of the background, thus enabling perception of the spatial expanses. As far as gardens are concerned, sculptures should not dominate them, excluding special-purpose gardens, providing appropriate sculpture display environment.

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