The course has as a training objective, the study
landscape design integrated with the application of transformation strategies aimed at a consistent use of materials and technologies in the various design aspects: technical-construction, distribution-functional and formal composition.
The program of the Landscape Architecture Course takes place in two different time and application phases, the first part of the course is dedicated to "planning in a natural context"; the second, on the other hand, is dedicated to the representation of the project through the "landscape design" in its various analogical and digital forms.
The design will have to solve the relationship between the building and nature in architectural terms by developing the building project at the various representation scales. Design insights will always be accompanied by theoretical insights.
The didactic activity of the course consists of:
• ex cathedra lessons.
• project insights.
• thematic workshops, in relation to the different phases of the project activity.
General reference bibliography:
Bibliographical references will be provided during the course, at the end of the individual lessons. By way of example, the following texts are considered foundational:
F. Purini, Comporre l’architettura, Laterza, Roma-Bari 2000;
Le Corbusier , Verso un’architettura , Longanesi
Peter Zumthor, Pensare Architettura, ed. Electa, Milano 2003
C. Prati, Il disegno dell’autonomia, collana “Mosaico”, edizioni Libria, Melfi 2018