Birds-Eye view


An aerial view of an outdoor sitting garden. This garden was created on the rooftop of a parking structure. Utilizing this type of space has become a common practice in urban architectural designs. Notice that the gently curving pathway is not the most direct route from the doorway to the table. The goal is not fast-paced efficiency. In keeping with nature and the purpose of the space, the organic pathway is more calming. Organic lines tend to be more calming, geometrical lines tend to communicate organization and structure. Aerial view simply means the view from above. It’s also called a birds eye view, which is pretty easy to remember. Landscape designers frequently plan in aerial view.

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