Theory and Method in Landscape Architecture - LNAK10054
|Responsible Department||Forest & Landscape|
|Earliest Possible Year||MSc. 1 year to MSc. 2 year|
|Level of Course||MSc|
All aids allowed
Description of Examination: Internal evaluation based on individual article
Weight: In evaluation of the examination project weight will be placed on clear language, precise problem formulation, well-chosen methods and theories and an independent conclusion. Total weighting 100%
pass/fail, internal examiner
|Organisation of Teaching||The course is project and problem oriented. High priority is given to analysis of representation, independent study of theory, teamwork, presentation and evaluation of methods and results. Guest lectures and plenum evaluations are included.|
|Block Placement||Block 3|
Week Structure: A
Week Structure: C
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Optional Prerequisites||LFKB10243 |
|The objective of the problem presentation is space and works seen in context; more specifically urban landscapes that create a framework for movement and lingering, experience, memory and perception. The subjects will be theories of landscape architecture; appraisement of architecture, history and nature; the nature of the arts of building and cultivation; strategies for planning, conservation, renovation and regeneration, and analytical methodology.|
|Teaching and learning Methods|
|The teaching builds on the idea that learning takes place best in the form of independent group study in dialogue with supervisors and fellow students, around a drawing board and with group presentation, with evaluation from response groups and supervisors. In addition there will be lectures and presentations by guest lecturers and supervisors. The main supervisor holds weekly planning and evaluation meetings.
Priority is given to competence in independent work, teamwork, presentation of and response to one’s own work and that of others. High priority is given to the ability to engage with the significance of the works and to evaluate the quality of one’s own work and that of others.
|One aim of the course is that the student should be able to identify landscape-architectural problems such that subsequent strategies and solutions build upon critical and methodological analysis and scientific theories.|
The course aims at the acquisition of academic competence in critical reflective study of social phenomena of a landscape-architectural nature, understanding of the structures and processes in the arts of building and cultivation, based on an empiricism and theory.
The landscape architect must be able to elucidate, interpret and evaluate the significance and quality of the work, own as well as others. To this end the course aims at the acquisition of competent awareness of and the ability to achieve insight into the origins, development and semantics of landscape-architectural language.
Priority is given to the ability to observe and think spatially, socially and artistically. The landscape architect will explicitly or implicitly take landscape-architectural decisions on behalf of the society. This takes place through a democratic process, thus one requirement will be understanding of the role of participants and the required ethics.
An aim of the course is that the student should be able to identify landscape-architectural problems such that the subsequent strategies and solutions build upon critical and methodological analysis and scientific theories.
|Svava Riesto, , Forest & Landscape Denmark/Unit of Landscape, Phone: 353-31768|
Ellen Marie Braae, , Forest & Landscape Denmark/Unit of Landscape, Phone: 353-31792
|Study Committee NSN|