عنوان مقاله [English]
Tourism is now a major element of many communities’ activities and revenues, and its importance is growing day by the day. Landscape architecture, as a fledgling subject in the field of natural and artificial environment design, has generated unique characteristics for this field. Currently, the most pressing challenge is how to bring together and harmonize the diverse themes and extensive knowledge of landscape architecture, as well as how to manage the scope of this knowledge and apply it? For this purpose, this study attempts to investigate strategies based on the concepts of a systematic approach, modeling to overcome the problem of complexity and breadth of concepts in the design process. In addition, this study aims at linking the strategies to suggest a suitable framework for landscape design of places with tourism potential. this study used a descriptive-analytical research approach. The bibliographic data for this study was gathered from available texts and documents in scientific databases and analyzed using a conceptual coding process. Finally, this study takes a critical look at the design process and shows how the coordination between the vast knowledge of landscape architecture can be created. Then, this study examines the general landscape design of the Zing Mining Museum in Norway and its landscape layers in Norway as a tourism project and scrutinizes the natural-social landscapes with two macro ideas of design, contextualism, showing the traces of history, which are achieved through the use of tools and local materials, resulting in the least amount of interference during construction and maintenance, as well as the mine’s work procedure that has been achieved.