LA 5201: Making Landscape Spaces and Types

6 Credits

Introductory studio for landscape architecture. Consideration of built environments for human and other than human habitation. Introduction to ways in which site conditions (soils, water, climate, plant communities, etc.) are mapped, analyzed, and incorporated into design process. Consideration of ways that landscapes are complex combinations of issues of aesthetics, politics, economics, identity, biophysical, and ecological elements. prereq: LA grad or instr consent

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