The main purpose of landscaping is to create a cheerful atmosphere around the building and provide occupants with healthy breath, good looks and natural beauty. Landscape design enhances the aesthetic appeal of a building. It involves planning space outside or around a building or building. Landscapes and features are important because they contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life.
They provide the broader context in which we live our lives. Living in aesthetically pleasing and culturally significant landscapes enhances our sense of well-being. Visiting largely underdeveloped landscapes allows people to reconnect with nature, refresh their minds and bodies, and better appreciate New Zealand's natural heritage. Accessible natural landscapes near urban areas, such as the Waitakere Mountain Range in Auckland and the Banks Peninsula in Christchurch, play an important role in increasing the quality of life in those cities.
Iconic features, such as Auckland's volcanic cones, also contribute to the visual identity of New Zealand's cities and populated areas. For tangata whenua, the continued ability to associate with valuable cultural landscapes and access natural resources within these landscapes for cultural harvest are important elements of cultural well-being. Protect plants: Plants are a vital part of our biological life cycle. Landscaping allows different species of plants to flourish in their natural habitat, free from pests.
They are provided with an adequate amount of water, good quality soil and sunlight to grow and nourish themselves. It also helps protect endangered plant species that have medicinal properties. A main goal of good landscape design is to create a harmonious relationship between housing and land. To help them work together and look like they are together, a plan is considered successful when it is achieved.