This course is an in-depth approach to design processes, traditional landscape graphics, and topics related to sustainable landscapes.
Through lectures and demonstrations, learn to produce professional-quality conceptual designs. Utilizing a home landscape, gain practice in process and design drawing. Learn to prepare a base plan by measuring a garden space, translating measurements to scale, and drafting a base plan. Get acquainted with design tools and online sources of information that are key to producing practical designs. In a final project, develop a creative yet feasible solution for a given site.
This course concludes with a small-group workshop with instructor Dan Maffei in which he will critique and provide feedback to participants’ work.
This course is required for the Landscape Design Certificate.
Pre-requisite: Introduction to Graphic Communications.
Wednesdays, March 20–May 1
Additionally, students will choose 1 of 2 online workshop days:
Wednesday, May 8, 4:00–7:00 pm
OR Thursday, May 9, 4:00–7:00 pm
Students will have access to recordings of the weekly lectures and online learning material for six months from the last day of class.
Online, with 8 live-streamed sessions