Landscape Design 2: Site Design

ARCH X 471.1B
Learn how to analyze a site and create a program design that responds to the site and surroundings.
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About this course:

This course introduces the landscape architectural design process. Emphasizing process and concept development, students identify a problem and then use site inventory, analysis, program development, and exploration to test solutions. Projects are small-scale sites, preferably actual, and visitable, such as intimate courtyards, street plazas, and pocket parks, and/or physically built (i.e., limited use of computer drafting, rendering, and 3D modeling).
Suggested Prerequisites

It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Landscape Design 2: Site Design.

X 471.1A Landscape Design 1 and X 472.4E Design Graphics 2. Candidacy in the Landscape Architecture Program.

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This course applies towards the following certificates & specializations…

What you will learn.

  • Complete a site analysis and inventory
  • Apply a design program to a site
  • Use design processes to develop design concepts and solutions
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