Studio-based course covering the planning, management and design of regional landscapes. The course encourages students to take a proactive approach to design research, situating a specific design investigation within the discourse and practice of landscape architecture and move confidently between scales and between processes and form to create resolved design solutions. The emphasis is on speculative and strategic design approaches to contemporary political, economic, social and environmental issues in conjunction with government authorities and local communities.
Taught by the School of Architecture, part of the Faculty of Architecture & Design
Project One 25%, Project Two 25%, Project Three 50%
Course outline 2013 ( 638 KB). All PDF documents require Acrobat Reader.
Course outline 2012 ( 469 KB). All PDF documents require Acrobat Reader.
Coordinator: Martin Bryant.
Teaching dates 15th July 2013 - 17th November 2013
A full timetable for this course is not currently available. Please contact the School of Architecture for more information, or check back later.
This course is taught at the Te Aro campus.