- 3:Features of the IMLA program.
- 4:Graduate Comments.
- 5:Modules and Teaching Events.
- 6:Programme structure.
- 7:Programme Mainstays.
- 8:Entry requirements.
- 9:Tuition and Application.
- 10:Portraits of the Programme Universities.
- 11:Information and Contact.
Information Technologies in Planning and Design II
Basic idea of the module
Apart from the use of plants as design elements, ground modelling is the major design component in landscape architecture. The ability to produce a visualisation of the proposed shaping of a site and its planting is also one of the most important in the repertoire of a landscape architect. Life-like illustrations and realistic pictures are becoming more important in comparison with 3D visualisations. This module covers the themes of digital site modelling and 3D visualisations of the site and landscape features.
- Ability to use a digital site model on a particular project
- Ability to produce digital and three-dimensional visualisations of a site or project
Universities organising this module:
- Weihenstephan University of Applied Sciences
- HSR Rapperswil
Director of Studies:
- Prof. Peter Petschek
Level Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
Academic term Phase 2, Trimester 2 and 3
How the module can be used: Application in project modules for visualisation of design ideas.
Module pre-requisite: Successful completion of the module Information Technologies in Planning and Design I
Languages German and English