Please note this module descriptor is indicative of the structure of this course and may be subject to change.
This module enables students to draw upon a range of theoretical texts and in combination with creative propositions, create a future vision for the landscape of cities. This combination of philosophical and practical aspects of landscape architecture provides the opportunity to speculate on future direction for landscape.
The module is designed to develop intellectual and practical professional tools for landscape architects, and through project based studies search for new solutions to the increasing complexity of our urban landscapes, where the social, political and economic, as well as spatial pressures are most intense. This module speculates on the future of urban landscapes, examining the processes that underpin changes in the nature, materiality and experience of this growing area of landscape practice. It will provide students with advanced skills and introduce ways of interrogating current theories and practice.
A student passing this module should be able to:
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