Prospective Directions of Formation and Development of Landscape Design in Uzbekistan
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Keywords

Landscape design, Uzbekistan, development, prospective directions, sustainability, urbanization, cultural heritage, environmental challenges, water scarcity, urban planning

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Prospective Directions of Formation and Development of Landscape Design in Uzbekistan. (2024). Synergy: Cross-Disciplinary Journal of  Digital Investigation (2995-4827), 2(3), 4-13. https://multijournals.org/index.php/synergy/article/view/513

Abstract

The landscape of Uzbekistan, characterized by its rich cultural heritage and diverse natural environments, presents unique opportunities and challenges for the development of landscape design. This study explores the prospective directions of formation and development of landscape design in Uzbekistan, aiming to identify innovative strategies and sustainable practices that can enhance the aesthetic appeal, functionality, and environmental sustainability of urban and rural areas in the country. Through a comprehensive analysis of existing literature, case studies, and expert insights, this research highlights the current state of landscape design in Uzbekistan and examines emerging trends and innovative approaches within the field. Key challenges, such as water scarcity, urbanization pressures, and the need for cultural preservation, are identified, providing valuable insights into the factors shaping the landscape design discourse in Uzbekistan. Additionally, successful case studies and best practices from both local and international contexts are analyzed to extract valuable lessons and inspiration for future landscape design projects in Uzbekistan. The findings of this study underscore the importance of adopting contextually sensitive and environmentally sustainable approaches to landscape design, tailored to the specific socio-cultural and ecological conditions of Uzbekistan. By providing a roadmap for the future development of landscape design in Uzbekistan, this research aims to inform policymakers, urban planners, landscape architects, and other stakeholders, facilitating the creation of more resilient, livable, and culturally vibrant environments across the country.

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