Definitions for landscape architect
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word landscape architect
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the art or profession of arranging or modifying the features of a landscape, an urban area, etc., for aesthetic or practical reasons.
Origin of landscape architecture:
landscape architect, landscape gardener, landscaper, landscapist(noun)
someone who arranges features of the landscape or garden attractively
A landscape architect is a person involved in the planning, design and sometimes direction of a landscape, garden, or distinct space. The professional practice is known as landscape architecture. The term "landscape designer" is sometimes used to refer to those who are not officially qualified or licensed as landscape architects. Others individuals who practice landscape design, but have yet to attain professional licensure refer to themselves as garden artisans, planting designers, environmental designers, or site planners. Landscape architecture was not commonly recognized in developed nations as a distinct profession until the early twentieth century. The term landscape architect has different meaning depending on location; however, in general the title is usually protected, and to practice landscape architecture one requires licensure or registration. This varies by location, for example some U.S. states offer "practice acts" and some offer "title acts". Each refers to the limitations placed on persons who are and are not licensed.
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