AET 343 - Principles of Landscape Architecture
The built environment is composed of both the buildings and the land around them. Landscape architecture focuses on the design of exterior places that affects our everyday experiences. Based on design principles for architecture, this course introduces the student to how these principles are used beyond the building façade. Two lecture hours, six studio hours.
Prerequisite(s): AET 233 or permission of instructor.
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