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This studio explores the process of designing a landscape from the initial inspiration to the finished design. The class begins by abstracting design principles from art. Using landforms as the primary form and space generator, we will explore themes of movement, passage, repose, and threshold. Students are asked to reduce the forms of historical paintings to simple designs which are then "borrowed" to transform a local site. The poetics of painting will guide the design process from the layout of the garden to its details. Students learn to use sketching and model building not only as a tool for communication, but also to explore and further develop their designs. Weekly slide shows and group critiques form the structure of the class and provide inspiration for designs.
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