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This field course examines the development of Boston parks from Colonial times to the present. Beginning with the Boston Common and moving on to Olmsted parks, neighborhood and metropolitan parks, and present-day public spaces, the course will provide an overview of the parks themselves via walking tours and weekly reading assignments. The course will also examine the role of park designers and others who have influenced the evolution of parks and public landscape design in the city.
|Fulfills||BArch: HT Elective, BDS-HTC: Concentration Elective, BID: HT Elective|
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