LAND 218C
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Through lectures, site visits, and design projects, this studio design course focuses on understanding and analyzing the requirements of the program and the site to develop designs that respond both to client needs and environmental context. Moving through a series of projects that range in size, scale, and complexity, this course examines different issues in context, program, and client requirements. Students will learn to inventory and record existing site conditions. Emphasis in this design studio will be on preparing landscape plans, sections, planting plans, specifications, and details. All student work is expected to be of professional quality utilizing graphic techniques and software applications. (Prerequisites: LAND 101C, LAND 102C, LAND 115C, and LAND 220C, or permission of the Department Chair of the Landscape and Environmental Design program)