hardscape

[hahrd-skeyp]
noun
the manmade part of the grounds surrounding a building, as paved areas or statues.
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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.
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