Landscape architecture focuses on designing public spaces for varied purposes. This sort of method requires an inquiry into social, ecological, and geological circumstances and procedures in the landscape, and the design of the mediations that will lead to the desired result. The breadth of this includes urban design, location planning, urban planning, environmental rejuvenation, parks and recreation planning, visual resource management, green infrastructure planning and provision, and private estate and residence landscape master planning and design. All of these features are accomplished via varied levels of design, planning and management. This book discusses current advancements in the field of landscape architecture and will be beneficial for readers interested in this field.