Curriculum

 

The Master of Landscape Architecture  focus the landscape from 8 different and complementary perspectives. Each of them addresses a specific problem, for which students design different experimental solutions. The sum of these different focuses builds, at the end, an unique frame through which the student will exercise the profession.

The  programme is structured around 4 main modules (A. Public space, B. Green systems, C. Water sysytems D. Tourism), 3 international intensive courses (I. The green public space, II. Water and tourism, III. Remaking landscapes) and a set of theoretical courses (Contemporary landscape project’ critiques and the Master final project).

 

I. THE GREEN PUBLIC SPACE 2 ECTS

The purpose of this workshop is to present the personal vision in the landscape design of a renowned professional-professor, taught as an intensive course. It wants to connect students with different international professional contexts than the Catalan and expand local visions. The issue is subject to the proposal of the visiting professor, but related to the first major workshops, The project of public space and Systems of Green, as is held parallel to these subjects… Go to the site
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II. WATER AND TOURISM 2 ECTS

The purpose of this workshop is to present the personal vision in the landscape design of a renowned professional-professor, taught as an intensive course. It wants to connect students with different international professional contexts than the Catalan and expand local visions. The issue is subject to the proposal of the visiting professor, but related to the first major workshops, Water Systems and Tourism, as is held parallel to these subjects… Go to the site

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III. REMAKING LANDSCAPES 6 ECTS

Within the master’s studios, in the end of the first academic year, a 100 hours intensive workshop takes place with the aim to offer to students the experience to work intensely with recognized personalities or/and emerging figures at an international level in the field of landscape education and professional practice. Guest professors suggest their own methodologies and personal approaches as well they usually propose the studio’s theme. Contemporary landscape topics such as public space at the edge of the Mediterranean metropolis, or a combination of urban and tourist use of specific landscapes, such as the coast, are discussed under a broader perspective… Go to the site

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La Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya es reserva el dret de modificar el contingut del programa, que pot variar per a una major adaptació als objectius del curs.essional que tinguin una formació prèvia afí.