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ARCH X 493.77
Further enhance your skills, knowledge, and application on digital renderings using SketchUP.
ARCH X 493.992
Gain an introduction to the essential basic commands of AutoCAD and their applications.
ARCH X 493.6
This advanced course covers the basics of managing axial images' relationships, creating and editing 3-D drawings, file sharing, and external references, and file management for construction drawings.
ARCH X 496.2
This course explores using the " watershed" approach vs. lot-by-lot approach to design of urban landscapes. These prinicples improve water quality and create multi-benifical and functional landscapes.
ARCH X 472.15C
This seminar takes a student into the research an analysis of their final project idea. Students explore sites, programs, and submit a final capstone proposal and presentation.
ARCH X 472.15D
The final design class culminates in a self-directed project that demonstrates compentency in site selection, analysis, programing a site, conceptualizing a design, and rendering a final conceptual design proposal booklet.
ARCH X 494.933
Residential design must marry the needs of the landscape to the desires of the client. Learn the skills and trade secrets of using process to work through a site to a final design sketch and solution.
ARCH X 472.4D
Using Tongva Park, students study design, program, and planting. Drawing, observing, and creating a hand-drawn plan are the outcomes.
ARCH X 472.4E
Build upon drafting, lettering, and drawing techniques learned in Design Graphics 1, advanced applications of color and presentation are applied to final projects.
ARCH X 472.4F
This third course in the Design Graphics Sequence takes the same site plan and designs and renders with digital media. A full graphic package is prepared with digital renderings, sections, and elevations.
ARCH X 493.33
Lessons focus on systems, equipment, calculation procedures and terminology for a basic awareness of lighting. Creating safe spaces, lighting color, and exterior landscapes are emphasized.
ARCH X 472.12A
Using graphic conventions and calculations, grading and drainage techniques used in every landscape architecture project are applied to grade a complex site while considering public health, safety, and welfare.
ARCH X 495.33
Complete a broad survey of green infrastructure (including green roofs, green walls, water) technologies and design.
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.
ARCH X 472.23
Learn the basic principles guiding the successful design of space. Human factors, engineering, natural processes, human capabilities, and limitations are woven into the design of environments.
ARCH X 493.773
Students who successfully complete the course will be able to develop and produce professional 3-D project models using SketchUp.
ARCH X 472
A quick dive into landscape theory, history, design principles, and understanding scale and drawing. Students apply these lessons in a final project resulting in scaled drawings and models.
ARCH X 472.12B
This course covers the planning, design, and specifications of irrigation systems for water conservation. Irrigation system design includes quality and quantity of available water, and model water conservation requirements.
This course helps students review and prepare for the Landscape Architects Registration Exam (LARE). It covers section 1: Project and Construction Administration.
This course helps students review and prepare for the Landscape Architects Registration Exam (LARE). It covers section 2: Inventory and Analysis.
This course helps students review and prepare for the Landscape Architects Registration Exam (LARE). It covers section 3: Design.
Review and preparation course for the Landscape Architects Registration Exam (LARE). section 4: Construction Documentation
Two-hour information session on the Landscape Architecture certificates and specializations.
ARCH X 472.14C
Prepare in AutoCAD a bid-ready set of final construction documents.
ARCH X 472.14B
Learn construction principles and practice from site design to schematic design, design development to final construction, plus documentation drawings and how to create a technical specifications bid package.
ARCH X 472.14A
Studies the basic materials and methods used in landscape architecture site construction with an emphasis on sustainable materials, construction practices, and detailing with materials.
ARCH X 471.1A
Explore form and the importance of scale in landscape architectural design. These skills and insights are applied culminating in a study of a small, site-scale school garden.
ARCH X 471.1B
Learn how to analyze a site and create a program design that responds to the site and surroundings.
ARCH X 471.2
Applying site inventory and analysis with a site program, students create their design process and concept development using Downtown Los Angeles sites. Use of computer modeling programs is highly encouraged.
ARCH X 472.9
Utiltizing methods of environmental research and analysis, students invstigate the natural, historical, and cultural factors impacting land-use.
ARCH X 472.5
Ecological and cultural contexts are examined as determinants for using plants in design.
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.
ARCH X 472.8
As the precursor for Capstone, with an instructor-selected site, design process, and site analysis, the student refines a program, selects goals and objectives, and prepares a design solution and documentation booklet.
ARCH X 472.8B
Focusing on understory plants and their communities, instruction focuses on selecting and placing appropriate plant material to influence the landscape architect's overall site composition.
ARCH X 472.8A
This course concentrates on trees, shrubs, and companion plant groupings, planting location, etc. as design elements. Participants study plant texture, density, form, color, and other characteristics as articulators of space.
ARCH X 493.9
Covers professional contract relations, responding to a request for proposal (RFP), and other areas of landscape architecture ethics and practice.
ARCH X 493.883
Students develop a solid knowledge of 3D Modeling with Rhinoceros 5 in the context of landscape representation.
Expand your SketchUp skills with SketchUp experts Daniel Tal in this one day workshop.
ARCH X 494.65
Using the gardens of Southern California, students learn plant taxonomy through obsrevation and recording using illustration and journaling.