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This course covers the period of Ancient landscapes through the end of the 17th. Century, including Asian examples (the Hanging Gardens of Babylon and English landscape gardens of the 17th. Century), covering their creators, and the key personalities who shaped the classical world. Course content addresses outstanding examples of landscape and garden design, its relationship to art, architecture, and cultural context. It also emphasizes the philosophical, social, political, and historical forces that influenced the designed environment. Extensive visual materials are included as part of the instruction.
|Fulfills||BArch: HT Elective, BDS-HTC: Concentration Elective, BID: HT Elective, BLA: Required|
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