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HISTORY OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE: A SURVEY OF EUOPEAN GARDEN AND URBAN DESIGN This course is a comprehensive survey of the development of landscape architecture from ancient civilizations to the twentieth century in Europe. Emphasis is on Italian, Spanish, French and English gardens, parks, and urban spaces. The lectures will focus on landscape and urban design theory, construction materials and methods of construction, and the cultural and social aspects that effect design. The goal is to provide the student with an understanding of the resulting continuum of European designed gardens, parks and urban spaces; what influenced their design, how they influenced and related to each other, and what we can learn from them when designing today. Three tests are required. No research paper is required.
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