Landscape Architecture

Department of Landscape Architecture

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Public green space management in Norway

Public green space management in Norway

What makes a high-quality green space? How can quality in green spaces be translated into local management processes? These are questions addressed in Claudia Fongar’s new doctoral research.

Taking architecture underwater

Taking architecture underwater

Lawns and parks on land – concrete and desert underwater. Elin T. Sørensen is doing a PhD on landscapes created by people under the surface of the sea. She is Norway’s first waterscape architect.

Traditional architecture gives better sense of well-being than contemporary glass and steel buildings

Traditional architecture gives better sense of well-being than contemporary glass and steel buildings

This is the finding of a recent study where researchers have used the latest in virtual reality technology (VR).

Landscape Architecture

The Department of Landscape Architecture offers two of NMBU's most popular study programmes: Landscape Engineering (a 3-year Bachelor programme) and Landscape Architecture (a 5-year Masters programme). Research at the Department is conducted within various research groups with themes such as landscape ecology, plant science, development of society, landscape history, and garden usage. 

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Visit us at the 'KA Building', Ås campus, Fredrik A. Dahls vei 15, 1430 Ås

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