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1.2 Planning and Design in Europe II
Basic idea of the module
Planning in landscape architecture is being increasingly governed by European legislation. Yet each European country has its own diverse, national planning regulations in both a methodological and legal sense. To an equal degree more and more European technical standards and regulations are being developed, which will, however, continue to exist alongside a multiplicity of national standards. The aim of this module is to convey the ability to work in different national planning cultures and systems.
By comparing regional and international approaches to planning and design students will increase their knowledge of planning and design. They will come to recognise the influence of local identities, international trends and regional and political cultures upon the activities of landscape architects.
- Knowledge of European technical and legal standards of construction as well as examples of national standards and their use
- Understanding of the relevant European aspects and their implications for professional practice
- Understanding of international approaches to planning and design with examples of selected countries
- ability to further develop a personal approach to planning and design
- Knowledge of relevant European aspects in the professional world
- 1.2.1 Planning and Building Practice I
- 1.2.2 Planning and Building Practice II
- 1.2.3 International Approach to Planning and Design
Universities organising this module:
- Weihenstephan University of Applied Sciences
- Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil
Director of Studies:
- Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Susanne Karn
- Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Andrea Cejka
Level Master of Engineering (M.Eng.)
Academic term Phase 2, Trimester 2 and 3
How the module can be used: Theoretical foundation for work on project modules in the European context.
Languages German and English