Overall, the approach is made up of 4 stages :
- geographical context of Eurasia at the Neolithic Revolution
- Language, Reason and Religion
- XVIIth century and dissociation of values
- XXth century and proposed reassociation of values.
At the end of this learning unit, the student is able to :
|1||Specific learning outcomes:
By the end of the course, students will be able to show the interrelationship between the development of thinking and social organisation with development of the Landscape.
In other words, to provide a basis for our relationship with the world which has come into being over the course of time.
Contribution to the learning outcomes reference framework:
Build knowledge of architecture
Stimulate a n interest in landscape research, which could then materialize in a focus on landscape as a part of the architectural project and, further, as a method and medium of design
Articulation between theoretical and "design-based" perpsectives.
Thematic and diachronic approach
A series of conferences (2-hour sessions) illustrating different approaches to landscape theory and design; student presentations in groups and interactive workshops (4-hour sessions).
Interactive activities - Workshops: learning how to read and analyze a contmporary landscape project.
Analyzing a landscape project with the instruments of critical theory
Learning how to research reference landscape projects through the use of multilingual databases
“Now more than ever, nature cannot be separated from culture; in order to comprehend the interactions between ecosystems, the mechanosphere and the social and individual Universes of reference, we must learn to think ‘transversally’.
Felix Guattari, Les trois écologies, Paris: Galilée, 1989
(English translation by Ian Pindar and Paul Sutton, London: The Athlone Press, 2000)
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Interactive Learning: Presentations (teacher and students) / discussions / workshops
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the information in this section is particularly likely to change.Group presentaitons in class and written exam