Historian Landscape Design
Force which possessed aristocratic landowners, passed into the hands of merchants, bankers and industrialists, ie in the hands of a new capitalist class. In the Victorian period, educated middle class that makes up the core of modern English society. Most landlords could not afford to have a huge landscaped gardens and private parks, and this has affected the art of landscaping. The most frequent was a small modern garden. Historian Landscape Design A.
E. Regel paid attention to the fact that parks and gardens landscape style "artificiality is pursued as a regular style is natural: the natural lack of space should be corrected or efface, natural beauty – on development opportunities and the absence thereof – created, but the main condition becomes law: it should seem natural, natural, without the slightest trace of artificiality. " Characteristic feature of the landscape style is uneven terrain, in which flat surfaces alternate with hills and slopes, gullies – with ponds, all perfectly fit into the overall landscape. Another hallmark of this style – open plan area and the asymmetric arrangement: all the things that differ from each other by the shape and size, place on the site so as to create the impression of a certain balance. This achieves harmony between man and nature. All available at the site of construction are a natural complement to the landscape, and connecting the individual tracks and winding roads paths paved with natural materials – stone, wood sawed, located in an arbitrary order. Free pictorial compositions cleverly located on the site and give them a romantic mood, as picture-changing garden conceived not only for the moment, but in all seasons, until the color of autumn leaves.