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Three Dimensional Landscape (11035.1)

Level: Level 2 - Undergraduate Intermediate Unit
Credit Points: 3
HECS Bands: 2
Faculty: Faculty of Arts and Design
Discipline: School of Design and the Built Environment


  • UC - Canberra, Bruce
    Year Teaching Period Convener Mode of Delivery
    2020 Semester 1 MS   Gay   WILLIAMSON (Ph: ) ON-CAMPUS

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The Three Dimensional Landscape explores the landscape in 3D. Students will gain an understanding of the experiential, spatial and technical aspects of occupying, designing and developing structures into the landscape. Students will develop and appreciation of the relationship between objects, structures and the landscape in design and architecture.

Learning Outcomes

After successful completion of this unit, students will be able to:

1. Select and use three-dimensional software to design and represent spatial and technical modifications of the land; and

2. Analyse and present findings using a range of appropriate design tools to create clear and effective communications.

Assessment Items

Contact Hours

Three hours of lectures and Studio/Computer Lab per week.


8330 Digital Environment



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