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Natural landscaping has a psychological, cultural and sociological aspect

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The dynamic change in the way of life of the people and the turbulent processes of urbanization is a prerequisite for rethinking the need for green areas and connection with nature as inseparable elements with a major role in human life. The impact of natural landscaping in our daily lives has a psychological, cultural, and sociological aspect. Psychological consists of mental and emotional, physical and aesthetic effects. In addition, there are health, spiritual and relaxing effects of staying in nature with aesthetic and color elements, embodying the spirit and natural potential of the environment. According to scientific studies such as The relationship between greenspace and the mental wellbeing of adults (V. Houlden, S. Weich, S. Jarvis, and K. Rees), some of the tree species such as walnut and pine release a substance into the atmosphere that can make people -happier by keeping both sides of the brain in balance and having a calming effect.

The topics of the sustainable, green, and balanced environment are only part of the motives of the overall strategy for creating a healthy living atmosphere at home and abroad. The mission to create a comfortable environment and peaceful life in the big city through the implementation of modern concepts in construction involves projects to be considered in their entirety with feasibility studies of spatial relationships and a variety of socio-emotional opportunities for each of the inhabitants. In today’s fast-paced everyday life, people are finding less and less time for outdoor physical activities, and one of the leading ideas is to encourage people to play more sports, creating amenities through attractive sports areas for all ages. Studies show that time spent outdoors and active activities in nature have a positive effect on cardiovascular function and reduce stress levels. Sociological and cultural attractions and areas for recreation, recreation, and quiet games lead to improved social interaction and social relations of people.

Green areas create the feeling of social spaces and in this atmosphere, even the smallest residents can feel the feeling of freedom and independence and make new friendships on their own. Green areas bring a natural sense of nature in urban structures and are able to change the perception of the harsh and artificial context of the city in a sense of harmonious, relaxing, and pleasant atmosphere. They create a deep connection between people and the natural environment, transforming the urban fabric into a more accessible and habitable scale as a key factor for the future development of a sustainable society. According to the research of the American activist Jane Jacobs, there is a connection between the increase in the amount of green space and the satisfaction of the people living in the residential complexes. That is why the index of satisfaction with the impact of green areas in gated complexes, providing security and comfort of a family house with a yard in symbiosis with the proximity to the communication network of the city – with opportunities for carefree children’s games, comfort for pets and the relaxing atmosphere of the individual yard as an integral part of the holding’s vision for diversity and innovation to create a favorable sustainable living environment.

The advantages of owning a yard in the park environment of a gated complex and the opportunities it provides to its inhabitants is an increasingly current trend for future development. Due to the events of the past year, families spent more time at home and rediscovered the need for a direct connection with nature in their daily lives. More and more customers are looking for peace, coziness, and comfort, created with care for them.

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