Landscape Design 6: Concept Development
ARCH X 472.19
Concept development focuses on developing an ability to use drawings to model and manipulate visual information throughout the various stages of design evolution. Learn intensive drawing and design thinking.
What you will learn.
- Study a site with complex environmental, spatial, political, historical, and contextual issues
- Generate solutions to complex design issues using research, deductive, and inductive thinking processes
- Identify and develop conceptual models, diagrams, etc., applying site analysis, context, precedents, and other relationships/research, in order to explore and test solutions to design issues
- Use hand and digital drawings as tools for visualization and design development of medium to large scale sites
About this course:
This course explores the use of drawings as tools for visualization and design development. The focus is on developing an ability to use drawings to model and manipulate visual information throughout the various stages of design evolution. Techniques for examining ideas and concept alternatives through composite, perspective, orthographic, and axonometric drawings are explored. Lectures present examples of built projects and methods of recognized professionals which illustrate the dramatic influence drawing type may have on the final form or organization of a design. The course requires intensive drawing time; students must have already mastered basic drafting and sketching skills.
It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Landscape Design 6: Concept Development.
X 472.9 Landscape Design 4: Environmental Analysis and Planning.