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MSc/MArch Landscape Urbanism explores the emergence of ‘territory’ as a field of design praxis. Through this lens the programme environments not as discrete independent collections of objects, but as interconnected landscapes with both far-reaching implications on not only the environment – ie, climate change, energy debates and wide-spread pollution – but also on social and political spheres. The course combines material explorations of landscape evolution (facilitated by digital simulations) with the development of critical perspectives and studio work. It is aimed at professionals – architects, landscape architects, engineers, urban planners and geographers – who are engaged with territorial disciplines. Visit us at: Related PostsMarlene Llapur Waterfall & Landscape DesignURBANISM Healthy CitiesLandscape Design ClassesMonmouth County: Rutgers Juniors in a Landscape Planning StudioFree Landscape Design Course | Click on the Link BelowPlanting Design Illustrated (Landscape Architecture) by

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