Courses - History and Theory of Landscape Architecture PLAN 6108   History and Theory of Landscape Architecture
CREDIT HOURS: 3
The course deals with changing landscapes and perceptions of the natural world during the past 250 years. It discusses the effects of technology and resource use on the design of landscapes as small as a private garden and as large as a bio-region, and examines the changing role of landscape architects, their writings, and their collaboration with architects and planners.
FORMAT:
  • Lecture
  • Seminar

CROSS-LISTING: PLAN 4108.03
RESTRICTIONS: Graduate students in the Faculty of Architecture and Planning, or permission of instructor