LASC 406 Complex Design
LASC 406 Complex Design is part of the programme of study offered by the School of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University.
The application of contemporary developments in landscape design theory and practice to complex site planning, design and implementation. To provide students with the opportunity to develop advanced design skills at a range of scales, preparing them to take Major Design (LASC 409) and to enter the world of professional practice.
This is the last studio course before the capstone Major Design course of the third professional year of the BLA degree. In this studio you will address site design at a complex level, i.e. designing at a range of scales and considering multiple factors of site design in order to refresh the skills needed to tackle your final comprehensive project folio – Major Design. The studio includes projects and preparation of an individual site brief and Design Study, which will form the basis for your Major Design portfolio.
See the Lincoln University website for more information on LASC 406 Complex Design
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