During the construction process of waterscape revetment, stones are generally placed in groups. When purchasing stones, it is more convenient to pay attention to a certain proportion to create a more effective construction effect. The proportion of stones in the waterscape revetment (dry creek) is easy to operate, with each size accounting for 1/3 (excluding small pebbles used to pave the bottom of the pool). A noodles for people to watch. Relatively speaking, it is generally the surface on the stone that has a relatively complete and natural shape and better colors. During the stone placement process, we need to conceal the damaged and dirty parts and present the better surface. This is the requirement of Fu Art, the teacher of the stone placement, to be able to accurately find a better surface from eye to hand.
During the process of placing stones, whether standing upright or lying horizontally, and whether the stones are circular or square, the stones should be placed flat and stable, without tilting or collapsing. Especially for stones with obvious faces, the criterion for distinguishing them is to check whether the top surface is flat and whether it is stable through personal experience.
During the process of revetment and site edge trimming, the stones are linearly connected, and special attention should be paid to the twists and turns. From the perspective of the facade, the placement of stones should be in a broken line, and from the perspective of the plane, the placement of stones should also be in a broken line. From both a spatial and a plane perspective, lines should give people a meandering, winding, and endless imaginative space.
From a flat perspective, it also emphasizes unevenness and twists and turns
From the facade, if you look at it winding and winding, you will have an endless aftertaste
Attention: The stones below should not form a straight line, slightly lower, and the stones below should not be kept consistent in height, otherwise the effect will not be good.
In the actual process of placing stones, the stacking of stones is often out of order, and it may not be possible to just find the stones you need. At this time, just grasp the principle of two curves, and use multiple stones to change the shape of the stones by superposition, deep burial and other ways, so as to achieve the effect of plane twists and turns, elevation fluctuations.
NO.2 Change in density
The change in density is very important in stone placement. It is strictly prohibited to have isolated stones (except as required by the designer). Attention should be paid to the positional relationship with other stones, and the combination of density should be emphasized. When dense, a sense of compactness and layering should be emphasized, and when sparse, there should be no flat or scattered joints.
△ Error form 1: too uniform
△ Error form 2: sparse but not dense
△ Error Form 3: Irregular placement
In the process of density changes, attention should be paid not only to the density layout in the plane, but also to adjusting it from a human perspective. When placing stones, the following process should be followed:
Look at the scene first, what kind of stones are needed;
Selection: Select stones from the list that meet the requirements;
Placing: put the stones in place, arrange their orientation, fix them, lay them flat and steady, have a tight rhythm and distinct layers, and ensure the effect of elevation and plane curve;
Looking again: from multiple perspectives, whether the stone has achieved the expected effect after being in place;
Adjustment: Adjust according to the effect of the stone in place.
Size matching: Pay special attention to size matching at all times. Whether it is the revetment or scattered stones, beauty is generated by changes, which are reflected in aspects such as volume, height, front and back.
The combination of NO.3 with other elements and plants requires the stone to penetrate outward in the stone placement area, which is also a reflection of the density relationship. Planting areas with appropriate space and location reserved can allow plants to penetrate. Make the revetment more vivid, and at the same time, hanging the leaves of plants from the stones can also enrich and monotonously place the stone revetment.
When planting in a enclosure, the stones in the back must be higher than the stones in the front row, or larger stones can be used to stand upright, which can form the background of the plants in the planting pool. If it is too small, it will have no effect. We should not only pay attention to the combination of plants in the placement of stones on the revetment, but also in other places, such as scattered landscape stones. Appropriate plants can make the stones full of vitality.