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11173 Landscape Architecture Studio 2: Making

6cp; 1hpw (lecture), 3hpw (studio), on campus
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 11209 Architectural Design: Making

Undergraduate

Description

This subject provides students with an introduction to the fundamentals of design for Landscape Architecture. This is approached from the perspective of design as both a verb and noun; as process and artefact, respectively. Students spend the semester engaging with physical, theoretical and procedural aspects of Landscape Architecture through the development of a site-specific intervention for a location in Sydney.

The studio's assessment tasks challenge students to creatively address the practical and experiential requirements of a specified program in a manner that amplifies a site's inherent qualities. To achieve this aim, students participate in a supported process of site immersion, interpretation and transformation. Through the course of this study program students experiment with:

  • the definition of a system of landscape architectural values
  • an approach to design with an emphasis on site as a source of design expression
  • a basic vocabulary for the medium's articulation across space and time

Typical availability

Spring session, City campus

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