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hardscape

[hahrd-skeyp] /ˈhɑrdˌskeɪp/
noun
1.
the manmade part of the grounds surrounding a building, as paved areas or statues.
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Examples for hardscape
  • The following lists identify appropriate and inappropriate hardscape materials and conditions.
  • They included plazas, wheel chair accessibility, and hardscape such as retaining walls and planters to mitigate the steep slopes.
  • Conventional new development typically entails more hardscape roads, driveways and parking lots.
  • Since then, a more formal upper garden with several hardscape structures has been added.
  • Selective civil and site construction including utilities and courtyard and ally hardscape work.
  • hardscape is the tern used to describe the non-plant material elements within a landscaped setting.
  • Adjust or replace sprinkler heads to eliminate over-spray on hardscape areas.
  • Paving medians larger than nine feet wide generally creates too large an expanse of hardscape.
  • Consider integrating seating into art installations or hardscape.
  • The project will landscape the existing medians with new landscaping including irrigation, hardscape and signage.

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