LA 313 Architectural Design for Landscape Architects (3)
Survey of the profession of landscape architecture from smallspace design to regional planning.
LA 2253 Plant Design Fundamentals in Landscape Architecture: 3 hours.
Introduction to computer software and hardware which is important to landscape architecture. Current issues and applications which can be used in the profession. Laboratory utilizes self-paced learning modules. Miscellaneous course fee required-see . 1 lecture, 1 laboratory. Prerequisite: GEB F.1. computer literacy elective or consent of instructor.
4174 Landscape Architectural Implementation: Structures (4) . Design, technicallayout, and construction of site structures; specialized aspects such asstructural mechanics, wood construction, and retaining walls.
LA 320 Design Theory for Landscape Architects (3)
Research methods in landscape architecture and proposal writing techniques. Students prepare proposal and strategy for fifth year study in area of concentration. Credit/No Credit grading only. 1 seminar. Prerequisite: LA 451 and LA 452.
(b) This section shall not apply if the client knowingly states in writing after full disclosure of this section that a contract that complies with this section is not required.
(c) This section shall not apply to any of the following:
(1) Professional services rendered by a landscape architect for which the client will not pay compensation.
(2) An arrangement as to the basis for compensation and manner of providing professional services implied by the fact that the landscape architects services are of the same general kind that the landscape architect has previously rendered to, and received payment for from, the same client.
(3) Professional services rendered by a landscape architect to any of the following:
(A) A landscape architect licensed under this chapter.
(B) An architect licensed under Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 5500).
(C) A professional engineer licensed under Chapter 7 (commencing with Section 6700).
(D) A contractor licensed under Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 7000).
(E) A geologist or geophysicist licensed under Chapter 12.5 (commencing with Section 7800).
(F) A professional land surveyor licensed under Chapter 15 (commencing with Section 8700).
(G) A manufacturing, mining, public utility, research and development, or other industrial corporation, if the services are provided in connection with, or incidental to, the products, systems, or services of that corporation or its affiliates.
(H) A public agency.
(d) As used in this section, "written contract" includes a contract that is in electronic form.
LA 351, 352 Design for Landscape Architects (5) (5)
Survey of the profession of landscape architecture from small space design to regional planning. Relationships between landscape architecture and society and professionals in related fields. 2 lectures.
The School of Landscape Architecture BFA program focuses on the development of flexible design processes for landscape and urban design, an understanding of ecological systems, sustainable practices and use of materials, site planning, and advanced drafting and rendering techniques. By graduation, each student will have a portfolio that reflects his or her unique creative vision within this rapidly expanding and evolving profession.
LA 3555 Landscape Architecture Design I: 5 hours.
LA 452 Urban Design Collaborative for Landscape Architects (5)
4291, 4292 Specialized Aspects of Landscape Architecture (2,2) . Advanced research, design, and discussion.
LA 454, LA 455, LA 456 Design for Landscape Architects (4) (4) (4)
LA 2654 Landscape Architecture Design II: Neighborhood Context: 4 hours.
LA 3654 Landscape Architecture Design IV: Urban Design: 4 hours.
LA 3554 Landscape Architecture Design III - Small Town/Rural Context: 4 hours.
LA 3655 Landscape Architecture Design II: 5 hours.
This module introduces students to the research process and enables them to acquire a critical knowledge of the concept and theory of research methodologies and to develop a theoretical grounding and literacy in landscape design and urbanism, to support research-informed design practice. It provides students with practice of conducting research via secondary sources. The subject area is relevant for students of architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, and texts are drawn from each of these disciplines. Much of the synthesis of the material will rely on seminar discussion and independent study. The module focus is the bringing together of different disciplines with the ‘landscape' as forum for discussion, rather than the ‘built' form. Students participate in seminar presentations of reviews of critical texts to support the development of a landscape & urbanism manifesto annotated with photos, diagrams and drawings explaining key arguments, or an essay.
LA 4755 Landscape Architecture Design Studio III: 5 hours.
(Prerequisite: none, recommended & ) Six hours studio/lab. Delineation and professional presentation techniques for the practice of Landscape Architecture utilizing traditional and contemporary presentation approaches
The Synthesis of Architecture and Landscape: Designs for …
Three hours lecture. A survey of landscape architecture encompassing design, construction, management, maintenance and practice. Emphasis on development and improvement of home, neighborhood and community environment. (For non-majors.)
Site analysis is a preliminary phase of architectural and urban ..
Third construction studio course; sustainable water management techniques in landscape development; theory, principles and techniques of low impact development; construction document preparation, working drawings, project layout and design; theory and principles of irrigation and lighting design. Field trips required.
Prerequisites: LAND 320 and LAND 330; junior or senior classification.
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