Question:

How can I become a landscape designer?

4 August, 2021 Willie Mischke 5

Answers (5):

  • AUTHOR: GABRIEL PEPPER
    14 August, 2021

    The first step is to take a landscape design course. This will not only teach you how to use the proper software with ease and accuracy, but will also give you the knowledge necessary for designing exterior environments, including water features. The second step is that you should work in an interior design firm for at least three years as an assistant or front desk worker. This will allow you to learn about all types of materials used in interior design, from linens and rugs to wall coverings. All this knowledge will be put into action when it's your job to furnish a room with coordinating accessories.
    Lastly, find designers who specialize in landscape design and ask them if they'll take on an apprentice.

  • AUTHOR: JEREMY BLOCK
    14 August, 2021

    There are several websites which offer tutorials in different forms of landscape design and garden decorating. The following links point to some of the most popular sites, which all have their own pros and cons.
    -Block Design Guide
    -North Point Landscape Design
    -Gardens Trade School Youtube channel
    -Designs We Love: Pinterest page on landscaping & gardens
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  • AUTHOR: DAVID BADON
    14 August, 2021

    #1- Think about how much time and energy you would have if your work involved being outdoors everyday.
    #2- Start by volunteering with a landscaping company where they might be able to offer an apprenticeship, or hire you as an employee after they determine that you're capable of the job.
    #3- Visit local nurseries in person to see what is already available and it will give you some ideas for possible plantings in your area.
    #4- If you enjoy working with plants, there are careers out there like nursery technician or botanical artist, which may provide opportunities to learn about plants inside and outside through design.

  • AUTHOR: ALEXANDER BURESH
    14 August, 2021

    Landscape Designers work on outdoor landscapes. In most cases, this means creating gardens that complement homes and other buildings on a lot or in an apartment complex. They may also be responsible for landscaping areas such as lobbies, offices or restaurant seating areas. The landscape designer currently using the name uses a personal approach to create beautiful spaces with accents designed to meet your needs as well as those of the environment you live in.

  • AUTHOR: ANTHONY MOTSINGER
    14 August, 2021

    Landscape designers need to be knowledgeable about botanical terminology and design techniques, as well as ecological concepts of how ecosystems function. To work in interior design, you will want to develop an appreciation for art history and other disciplines including architecture, lighting strategies, color theory and textiles. The ability to balance opposites or different parts together in a whole is key.