|Semester 2||UWA (Perth)||Face to face|
||This unit focuses upon complex landscape architecture projects that challenge contemporary issues facing professionals working in the built environment. Students are asked to develop design approaches and built forms that are speculative and experimental and which encompass contemporary theoretical practices.|
||Students are able to (1) design complex and considered landscapes; (2) use a range of techniques, such as drawing and model making, as a means of design experimentation and resolution; and (3) demonstrate a considered understanding of contemporary theoretical and environmental issues facing the profession.|
||This comprises a folio submission (100 per cent).|
Supplementary assessment is not available in this unit.
||Associate Professor Christopher Vernon|
||studio: up to 9 hours per week|
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