Professional planning of a new or redesigned garden is essential for the successful realization of one's own wishes. Nevertheless, the advantage is not always clear to prospective garden owners. We would like to show why planning is worthwhile in any case.
Security through precise planning
"Clean planning means cost certainty," says Christian Egli, landscape architect and managing director of our partner egli jona ag. However, not only the costs are described in detail by the planning, but also the implementation. Concept plans, detailed views and planting plans create clarity for the implementation. Discussed wishes and design concepts can be built exactly as planned. In addition, any building applications can already be initiated, which have different processing times depending on the municipality.
From concept plan to finished garden
Changes on plans are easier than during the rebuild
Planning takes time. This investment is worthwhile, as missing plans and size specifications can quickly lead to delays during the implementation phase. Changes during the conversion are more time-consuming and cost-intensive than during the planning phase.
"The math is actually quite simple: if just a small team of two people has an extra day of work due to inaccurate plans, the cost of correcting mistakes is already very high," says Yannick Rothen, landscape architect and managing director of PARC'S. "The cost of correcting mistakes is already very high. The initial investment in professional planning ensures a smooth and accordingly efficient process on your construction site.
Optionally, visualizations can be created to directly compare different variants. Through such 3D visualizations, the future garden can already be viewed. Decisions are thus easier.
Tips for prospective garden owners
When choosing the right landscape designer, in particular, the chemistry must be right. You create your future garden together . The basis for this is a trusting relationship with room for constructive exchange and creative discussion.
The first thing we recommend is to note down the needs and desires that the garden must fulfill. Depending on whether the outdoor space should serve as a dining room, retreat, play area, bathing oasis or all together: Together with the planning office you will find a solution tailored to you.
"We look forward to a no-obligation initial meeting. Contact us without obligation and we will exchange ideas and wishes."
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Collages and mood boards to find the right garden style
We also recommend that you start with your own mood board . Put down pictures of gardens and plants that you like. Step by step, you will create a visual collage, which can serve as a basis for further action. Visit our Pinterest account for lots of inspiration and create your very own garden collage.