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Architectural site planning is a crucial aspect of the architectural design process that focuses on the layout, organization, and development of a site to accommodate a building or a group of buildings. Site planning involves the strategic placement of structures, landscaping, infrastructure, and amenities to create a functional, aesthetically pleasing, and sustainable environment.

Architectural site planning plays a critical role in shaping the functionality, aesthetics, and overall success of a project. By carefully considering site conditions, context, and user needs, architects can create site plans that optimize the use of space, enhance the user experience, and contribute to the overall quality of the built environment.

Key elements of architectural site planning include:


1. Site Analysis

2. Zoning and Regulations

3. Circulation and Access

4. Landscaping and Open Spaces

5. Site Integration to the Surrounding Area


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