Landscape Technology 2.1 (8274.1)
|Level:||Level 2 - Undergraduate Intermediate Unit|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Design|
|Discipline:||Discipline of Design|
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This unit introduces and develops an appreciation and understanding of landform. Students will design and site basic structures which respond to the three dimensional qualities of landform. Students will learn techniques for representing three-dimensional landforms in two dimensional drawing. They will incorporate technical considerations such as Australian standards for pedestrian and vehicular circulation design.
- a) demonstrate an understanding of physical characteristics and design qualities of landform
- b) interpret and communicate the three dimensional landscape into two dimensions
- c) understand how landform influences design decisions
- d. Australian standards to design paths and car parks, and their implications for landscape design; and
- e) systematically incorporate the principles of landform and drainage into landscape design.
Three hours per week.
Basic skills in composing design graphics in a digital environment.