Graduation possibilities

Please visit or download the PDF for an overview of all the graduation possibilities in the MSc programme Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences of the academic year 2017-2018.

Additional information

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If you want to receive the presentation which was given during the MSc event, please send an e-mail to Inge Bobbink.

Click here to see the lecture series: How do you landscape?

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Track in Landscape Architecture

The Landscape Architecture track deals with design through all scales as an architectonic composition of natural and artificial materials.  It is an independent design discipline related to Urbanism and Architecture. The landscape architect is a designer of outdoor space: from architectonic ensembles and urban spaces through to large-scale urban, rural and infrastructural landscapes. The landscape design process is a synthesis of art and technology in which consideration is given to the formal, material and cultural qualities of the site.

What you will learn

Students learn to see landscape as a contextual underlay for understanding, ordering and acting in spatial transformations. We emphasise the historical continuity of landscape as a process of time and flows.

Situated within the faculty of architecture and the built environment, this programme focuses on landscape architecture from the context of architecture and design, urbanism and the building sciences. All aspects of the discipline are covered: from planning to design practice, from theoretical considerations to practical exercises, and from research to policy-making. Developing core design skills on real sites is the centrepiece of the programme.

The Landscape Architecture track is one of five specialisation tracks within the Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences master programme. On graduation, students receive Master of Science degree in Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences (Landscape Architecture track).

Registration as landscape architect

The Master Track Landscape Architecture at Delft University of Technology has been included in the Annex of the Architects Title Act (Dutch: Nadere Regeling van de Wet op de Architectentitel). This means that - in principle - Delft graduates in Landscape Architecture can register in the Architects Register (after completing a period of professional work experience (beroepservaringperiode)). One condition however has still to be taken into account. The Annex states that you need to have acquired sufficient Landscape Architecture related credits in your Bachelor programme.
For more information please contact Inge Bobbink (Ass. Professor of Landscape Architecture).



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