Starting from a hand drawing, a mood board and various functional diagrams, designing 3D models on the computer can be a good complement for the creation of a garden concept. Whether with pen or mouse, planning should make it clear to the customer how the garden could look in function, form and color.
Hand Drawings of a detail or a section through a particular part of the garden can complement the presentation of a concept.
Mood Boards present landscape concepts, materials, furnishings, lighting, or art that could be considered for the property and reveal planting styles.
3D Computer Models become useful for more complex designs, height differences or flexible arrangement of objects in the garden.
A Master Plan provides detail cutouts, dimensions and indexes of all plants used.