The landscape is perceived territory. It is a common good, as opposed to the land, which entails different modes of property. The landscape has an impact on the quality of life of its inhabitants; due to its symbolic values, our identity and historical memory rest on it. The landscape is an economic resource and greatly relates to public participation.
We carry out landscape studies towards its identification, characterisation, qualification, planning, assessment and dissemintion.
Identification and characterization of the visual structure of a territory, and visual resources.