An historical, theoretical, and scientific account of nature's role in the humanities and sciences as they relate to design. Emphasis is placed on the relationships between natural systems and the fitness of a landscape, the site and the organism, open and closed systems, causat...
Eric C. Ellingsen;
Jesse M. Vogler;
The study of 20th century landscape design with an emphasis on the Prairie School, modernism, organicism, and contemporary trends. The course is split between lecture and in-depth case studies of significant landscapes from the Chicago region and beyond. Collection information ...
An introduction to landscape architecture as a profession. Lectures, research assignments, and case studies will address issues including firm practice types, proposals and contracts, schedule and budget, project phases, project and client types, project team structure, the role...