Track: Landscape Architecture
The Landscape Architecture track deals with making space inspired by nature, art and technology whereby the formal, material and cultural qualities of the site form the departure of the design. The track teaches students to transform and create compositions ‘through’ scale, time and as a process. Landscape Architecture is an independent design discipline strongly related to Urbanism and Architecture.
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Degree: Master of Science Architecture, Urbanism and Building Sciences
Title after PPE: Landscape Architect
Credits: 120 EC, 24 months
Start: BSc Bouwkunde graduates can start in September and February. New students can only enrol in September.
Language of instruction: English
What you will learn
The landscape architect connects in- and outdoor spaces: from architectonic ensembles, including gardens, urban spaces and large-scale urban, rural and infrastructural landscapes. Students learn to see landscape as a contextual underlay for understanding, ordering and acting in spatial transformations. The emphasis lies on the historical continuity of landscape as a process.
Situated within the faculty of Architecture and the Built environment the Landscape Architecture track focuses on building sciences.