i sent you a comment on your wall talking about minimalist design, however i have herd it defined in a different way- in which it is not at all natural and is a design in which minimual work (low maintanence) is required, after reading this i am know under the understanding that your definition of minimalist is that of minimual (lack of) design – which reverts back to more natural landscaping and that of ‘less is more’ – in this case i agree that ‘less is more’ and sustainable in design as long as the design incorparates natural system approach and whole-system approach. I would also check your definition of minimual design, with a landscape architect society to make sure that it is not confused with an idea rather than a form of actual landscape architecture. In the case i am wrong please inform me.
I am currently finishing up my last year of a B.S Landscape Architecture at West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV. I am from the Northern Virginia, have worked in all forms of the field from nursery sales, installation, inspection, and design. I aspire to be a master at my skill. I would like to design Sustainable Urban Sites, with creative, inovative design solutions.
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