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This course identifies the principles and problem-solving approaches to site planning and design. The course is divided into three sections: site evaluation, site/building relationship, and site design. The first third of the course introduces the practices and resources that guide site assessment and site analysis, including cultural and environmental systems and regulatory processes. The middle third is an introduction to grading and drainage, accessibility, and construction processes. The final third of the course focuses on the procedures and practices of site development, including circulation, parking, and program development. Sustainable approaches to landscape are discussed throughout the semester. Class exercises further an understanding of site planning and design through practice and application of principles.
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