Project Garden Design
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Hälsningar Petra Thorpert
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Additional course evaluations for LK0220
Academic year 2019/2020Project Garden Design (LK0220-30214) 2020-01-20 - 2020-03-24
Academic year 2018/2019Project Garden Design (LK0220-30014) 2019-01-21 - 2019-03-25
Academic year 2017/2018Project Garden Design (LK0220-30113) 2018-01-15 - 2018-03-20
Academic year 2016/2017Project Garden Design (LK0220-30080) 2017-01-16 - 2017-03-21
Academic year 2015/2016Project Garden Design (LK0220-30175) 2016-01-18 - 2016-03-21
Academic year 2014/2015Project Garden Design (LK0220-30174) 2015-01-19 - 2015-03-29
Academic year 2013/2014Project Garden Design (LK0220-30145) 2014-01-20 - 2014-03-30
LK0220 Project Garden Design, 15.0 CreditsProjektkurs Trädgårdsdesign
SubjectsLandscape Architecture Horticultural science
Education cycleBachelor’s level
Advanced study in the main fieldFirst cycle, at least 60 credits from first-cycle courses as entry requirements(G2F)
Prior knowledge60 hp in Landscape Planning or Landscape Architecture or Horticultural Science
ObjectivesThe purpose of the course is for students to develop their knowledge and skills in design in the context of the horticultural engineer and to develop and test design ideas/designs based on different situations and also to relate them/it to future development and care, procurement and client relations.
After completing the course the student will be able to
- develop and test design ideas/designs based on different situations and relate them to future development and maintenance. The emphasis is placed on the small scale, mainly gardens and small parks, but also glazed environments/the boundary between outdoor and indoor.
- propose a construction and maintenance plan that is relevant to the task.
- develop individual working methods and approaches to the work process, from time-planning and client contacts and tenders/procurement documents to information searches and the development of contact networks.
ContentThe course deals with assignments that touch on garden design in different ways. The design projects are linked to real-life or staged situations.
The tasks in the project course are given a clear link to practice by different people who are active in the area of garden design lecturing or participating in various ways in programme formulation, supervision, the seminar, etc. Another link to practice is achieved by the students working on real-life or staged projects with client contacts, client participation, etc.
The work is done in projects groups or individually. Because the groups inform one another regularly, project participants can also access experience from and knowledge about a larger number of problems and opportunities.
Deeper knowledge of garden design and important neighbouring areas of knowledge is communicated through recurring workshops/assignments over the course at which some product development also takes place. (Examples of workshops are a) time-planning and project design, b) client contacts and knowledge transfer, c) ideas and visions, d) design and adaptation to the place and situation, e) material selection, f) lighting, g) water in the garden, h) product development and i) construction and vegetation dynamics/care).
Reports and reasoning will focus especially on:
- knowledge of the existing place for the project
- motives for the proposed design
- the process and results of design work
- impact assessment of the proposed solution
- the potential of the garden for future development and care
Formats and requirements for examinationSubmission of assignments and seminar exercises. Pass for assignments and seminar exercises. Participation in seminars and excursions.
- If the student fails a test, the examiner may give the student a supplementary assignment, provided this is possible and there is reason to do so.
- If the student has been granted special educational support because of a disability, the examiner has the right to offer the student an adapted test, or provide an alternative assessment.
- If changes are made to this course syllabus, or if the course is closed, SLU shall decide on transitional rules for examination of students admitted under this syllabus but who have not yet passed the course.
- For the examination of a degree project (independent project), the examiner may also allow the student to add supplemental information after the deadline. For more information on this, please refer to the regulations for education at Bachelor's and Master's level.
- The right to take part in teaching and/or supervision only applies to the course date to which the student has been admitted and registered on.
- If there are special reasons, the student may take part in course components that require compulsory attendance at a later date. For more information on this, please refer to the regulations for education at Bachelor's and Master's level.