• Max Duration 24
  • Start Date of Studies Jul-10
  • Programme Alternatives full-time
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  • Programme Description This course is a post-professional design research program that culminates in an examination by exhibition. The program begins with a research studio, a history or theory subject and a research methods subject to provide a frame of reference and departure point for all projects. Individual projects are then developed in a studio environment, and students are expected to present their work regularly as part of the program. Students also present their projects as part of the Graduate Research Conference held by the School of Architecture and Design. The main areas of study within the program include: design as speculation and proposition; exemplars and critical tools; design methods and manners; key historical texts; theoretical re-readings and selected themes such as the picturesque, the sublime, the beautiful, topology, aberrance, topography and the everyday; conventions of landscape architectural design practice; the city or landscape as a design medium; contemporary design literacy; the relationship between urban design or planning and landscape architecture; and the role of local and 'field' research for designers.

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