History of the Designed Landscape
ARCH X 472.6A
Covering the evolution of the designed and human-built landscape, students study how designed exterior spaces are informed by cultural ideas, landform, structures, infrastructure, and the existing natural environment.
What you can learn.
- Learn and understand design precedents over time and across Western culture to inform future design decisions
- Develop a basic vocabulary of terms specific to landscape architecture and design
- Understand the impact of history and inform decisions as to the appropriateness of design strategies and solutions in relation to historic context