GLA305 Analysis and design of contested landscapes III
Viser emneinfo for studieåret 2020 - 2021.
Emneansvarlige: Jörg Rekittke
Medvirkende: Kerstin Potthoff, Jörg Dieter Sieweke
Ansvarlig fakultet: Fakultet for landskap og samfunn
Frekvens: Årlig fra 2021
Undervises på språk: EN
Begrensning antall plasser:
15 students in 2021, 25 students in 2022
Undervises i periode:
Første gang: Studieår 2020-2021
Fortrinnsrett: Students enrolled in the Master Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability programme. M-GLA
Undervises hvor?: Campus Ås
In the course, the analysis of a contested landscape will be conducted, thematically linked to GLA302 and GLA304. Students apply design-related problem-solving approaches, to further develop their understanding of how to apply design thinking in a global context.
Students work either individually or in small groups on design-research projects that are linked geographically and thematically by an overall studio theme and location. As a preparation for their Master thesis, students take a greater responsibility for the whole research process compared to GLA302 and GLA304.
The analysis of all material collected for the students’ projects and the design process are carried out within a studio framework. Within this framework students actively explore different theories, concepts, and methods that are relevant for the development of their design project, and test their application and relevance in an iterative process.
The students are guided through the studio by short presentations and continuous feedback to the developing work. Feedback is provided by the responsible staff, and in the form of peer reviews, in a midterm and a final review. Special focus is on the relevance and plausibility of the individual design-research projects and the contribution of the projects compared to used sources and references.
The course aims to provide students with practical experience in how to
- identify a relevant and researchable research question,
- plan and carry out a design-research project by applying a problem-solving approach
- Students gain insight into how to carry out a design-research project.
- Students are able to critically reflect on the integrity of their theoretical and conceptual ambitions and their methodological approaches, results and conclusions.
- Students can critically reflect on their own contribution compared to used sources and references.
Students can critically assess the relation between political goals and academic and disciplinary insights.
Short presentations, reviews, peer reviews
Feedback and reviews
GLA301, GLA302, GLA303, GLA304 or similar background
Expected full-time attendance
Presentation of the studio outcome(s) at midterm and final review
Active participation in the discussion with the invited reviewers
Final project outcome(s), graded
All assignments are given and have to be submitted in ENGLISH ONLY.
An external examiner evaluates the final project outcome(s) and reviews the students’ work in midterm and the final review.
450 hours (workload)
Admission to the Master Landscape Architecture for Global Sustainability programme. External students may enroll based on individual case.