Public parks can include sports areas, playgrounds, vegetated areas similar to woodland parks. Today’s technology gives us the resources to create the most complex designs in the shortest possible time. These landscape works contribute to raising the quality of life. No money is wasted if it contributes to the creation of green areas that make our living environment more pleasant, healthy, pollution-free and biodiverse.
Schools, kindergartens and university campuses are institutions which, in symbiosis with nature, provide a framework in which the educational process can take place in better conditions. Religious institutions and cemeteries are other landmarks that should be included in the concept of urban landscaping.
A green city is also characterised by street alignments in which trees and plants are a way of life, and roundabouts are more than just a construction that helps traffic flow. Urban landscaping involves a lot of green for the benefit of communities.
Ecological reconstruction of areas affected by human intervention, systematisation of waterways, establishment of ecological curtains along roads are also aspects that support the quality of life.
The potential of self-sustaining green spaces to improve our health and well-being is increasingly recognised in both science and politics. Accessible self-sustaining green spaces are particularly important for children, the elderly and the whole community.