LA 3001: Understanding and Creating Landscape Space

4 Credits

The subject of this course is Landscape Architecture. In this class we investigate its principles, focusing on the discipline's distinct fusion of both the arts and sciences to create useful and meaningful outdoor spaces to meet specific environmental and social needs. Class periods alternate between lectures and studio work periods in which students actively work on projects (site analysis, representation, modeling, and oral presentation). Over the course of the semester student receive feedback (instructor, guests, and peer review) and participate in class discussion. Students receive additional assignments including critical literature review, site analysis, and infrastructure research.

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B+ Average (3.446)Most Common: A (32%)

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    Effort
  • 4.53

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    Understanding
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    Interesting
  • 4.42

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