Urban landscape architecture considers how we use space at a vast range of scales, from city streets to rooftops, urban environments to coastlines, and deserts to wetlands. It aims to develop skills in the planning and design of urban landscapes, spaces where we live, work and relax, and is engaged in tackling the most pressing issues of our time.
This course focuses on urban design, combining creativity, curiosity and technical skill to design innovative ways of using the natural and built world where dense populations and high competition for resources creates exciting tensions and opportunities.
Urban landscape architecture will offer the opportunity to explore the functional, expressive and social impact of new construction technology. It will encourage the development of an understanding of the interactions between people, activities and places, and the way the environment can influence mood and behaviour.
3 years full time
Ravensbourne University London