Building Perspective

Project Fencing

Protected fence work is the presentation of projects and business
promotions. This presentation is a kind of strategic publicity of the
firm, we are working to help for increase the value of project with
proper information and principals. so welcome from living part
engineers and architects for creative design.


Roof gardening


  • It converts CO2 emissions.
  • It produces oxygen.
  • It reduces the heat of buildings and energy costs.
  • It reduces ambient temperature.
  • It captures and harvests rainwater.
  • It reduces storm water runoff and discharge.
  • It creates large catchment areas.


A roof garden is any type of vegetation established on the roof of a building. Apart from the decorative benefit, roof garden serves the purpose of providing architectural enhancement, temperature control, recreational opportunities, habitats for wildlife and food. The method of cultivating food on the rooftop is referred to as rooftop farming. It is usually carried out with the help of container gardens, air-dynaponics systems or aeroponics, hydroponics or green roof. Additional platforms known as “aero-bridges” can also be formed between high-rise buildings in addition to the roof space.


There are three types of green roofs :

1. Extensive Green Roofs – designed for environmental solutions

  • 3- 6″ of light weight growing medium.
  • low-maintenance ground-cover plants.
  • ideal for large flat-roof buildings and apartments.
  • suitable for low-sloped residential roofs and retrofits.
  • desert grasses and succulent plants.
  • after one year, they do not require watering.

2. Intensive Green Roofs – also known as rooftop gardens

  • 8-12 inches, or more, of growing medium.
  • fully landscaped roof top garden.
  • require regular maintenance -similar to an at-grade garden.
  • diverse plants and trees can be planted (avoid plants with invasive root systems).
  • walkways, railings and lighting.
  • parks, playgrounds or vegetable gardens are possible

3. Semi-intensive Green Roofs – elements of both extensive and intensive systems

Semi-intensive roofs, combinations of both extensive and intensive green roofs, are typically adopted to harness both the environmental benefits of a green roof, as well as a diverse garden within a manageable maintenance budget.


Typical materials for a rooftop garden :

  • plants
  • Growing containers
  • Growing medium
  • Decking of other materials that can be walked on
  • seating, wildlife features, greenhouses or composters


  • Efforts should be made to prevent blockage of drains and growth of undesirable plants.
  • Application of fertilizer should be kept to a minimum as high level of utilization may result in increased nutrient levels. which may negatively impact water quality.
  • Vegetation barriers are important as they prevent the spread of fire.
  • It is necessary to have fall-protection systems as maintenance will be carried out within 2m edge of the roof. These systems are required to be maintained once a year.


Landscapes and features are important because they contribute significantly to our well-being and quality of life. They provide the broader context within which we live our lives. Living within aesthetically pleasing and culturally meaningful landscapes enhances our sense of wellbeing.





  • Tourism
  • Branding
  • Attracting Investment
  • Attracting Residents
  • Productive Capacity

  • Quality of Life
  • Spiritual Renewal
  • Sense of Place and Identity
  • Cultural Values
  • Historical Linkages

  • Indigenous Habitats
  • Regeneration
  • Conservation
Landscaping is make different presentation as per used elements. its maintaining depends on presentation.

Some presentation of them are below.

  1. Informal Landscape.
The Informal Style uses plant beds with curved edges. These Plants arranged in seemingly random patterns.
  1. Formal Landscape.
This Style follows symmetrical patterns, straight lines and precise geometric shapes with orderly, well-pruned plants. This landscaping style requires a lot of maintenance.
  1. Oriental Landscape.
This Style uses water, rocks and evergreens with a variety of plants which create distinctive perspectives.
  1. Woodland Landscape.
Reflecting the natural way that fauna grows in a wooded area, This would be good choice if you do not wish to spend a lot of time on maintenance.
  1. Butterfly Landscape.
This area makes a welcome addition to many gardens. Certain species of plants provide a food source and useful for attracting these flying friends and that are open protected from the wind.
  1. English Style Landscape.
This Style Utilizes perennials design, complements the architectural style home and Other decorative elements might include an arbor.
  • Planting bed
  • Lawn
  • Shrubs
  • Flowering tree
  • Drive way
  • Walk way
  • Fountain
  • Water garden
  • Cultural stage
  • Historical space
  • Fence Remodeling
  • Vertical Plantation