PGLANDSHAPES adopts the definitions and areas of intervention of AIAPP and IFLA: Italian and International Associations of landscape architecture:
• summed up in a single professional different disciplinary skills: architecture, ecology, environment, land art and cultural history;
• recognizes the environmental diversity and the existing historical, cultural and natural resources as fundamental for the design;
• considers as privileged building materials the local natural elements: soil, water, plants and their contribution to the construction of habitats;
• ensures optimal use of resources by offering simple design solutions and sustainable management;
• proposes the overall redevelopment of the city and the region, including the redesign of derelict, degraded and abandoned spaces;
• briefly able to grasp the identity of the place and design interventions that respond to human needs and the environment.
Landscape analysis and ecological Planning:
• consultancy for the preparation of general planning tools;
• advice to the planning of local infrastructure with high EMI environment: roads, railways, landfills, large technological systems;
• landscape analysis;
• landscape planning at the regional and provincial, watershed plans, land use plans for coordinating protected areas;
• rules and regulations of environmental protection;
• studies and environmental impact assessments (EIAs);
• municipal plans of green and open spaces;
• management plans of protected areas;
• plans of conservation and management of historic gardens.
• design of parks and gardens, public and private, restoration of historic parks and gardens;
• design of land art installation, monumental sites, cemeteries, squares;
• design of pedestrian spaces, cycle paths, car parks, tree-lined road;
• design of recreational areas, sports, urban gardens;
• external arrangement of production facilities, residential;
• Mitigation of infrastructure and landscaping large plants;
• redevelopment of brownfield sites, degraded;
• enhancement and use of areas of natural beauty and environmental;
• environmental restoration and bioengineering;
• executive design of vertical and roof gardens, terraces, installations and street furniture;
• ornamental works, winter gardens, greenhouses, pools.
• technical and economic feasibility studies;
• preliminary designs and construction drawings and documents for driving ranges, short courses and championship golf courses (9-18-27 holes);
• re-styling and re-design of existing courses: lines of play and bunker strategy, remodeling and facilities (drainage, irrigation, cart-paths, lightscape);
• landscape and ecological habitats design of new or existing courses in accordance with the guidelines of the european ecological planning;
• direction and/or supervision of construction works.