|Inhalt:||Landscape Architecture Design Simulation: |
The main focus of the programme is not the acquisition of new software skills but rather the integration of cutting-edge modeling and visualisation technologies as design tools within the field of large-scale landscape architecture. The course of studies is intended to be completed over one academic year and is divided into modules. The modular structure allows a concentration on individual themes, which can be combined within the framework of an individual project as the concluding synthesis module.
|Ziele:||Through intensive work with latest software in modeling and visualisation, students will be able to achieve complex design tasks and develop new forms of landscape design. The chosen CAD programmes (i.e. Rhino) are particularly appropriate for the visualisation of both detailed and large-scale landscape designs and offer the possibility for export to computer-steered milling machines capable of producing 3D physical models. An above average knowledge in the area of 3D GIS and the use of photography and video as illustrative as well as design tools round out this goal-oriented course offering.|
|Berufliche Perspektiven:||Together with architects, urban planners and city authorities, graduates will be able to illustrate and communicate their design ideas professionally. You will be capable of executing complex design tasks as well as developing new forms of design methodology. You will also be able to handle current issues efficiently and experimentally and learn how to apply them in a practice-oriented manner.|
|Programmstruktur:||The Master of Advanced Studies in Landscape Architecture (MAS LA) is divided into 7 theme modules and a concluding synthesis module. The entire course of studies stretches over two semesters.|
The modules focus on the practice oriented use of current CAAD / CAAM technologies in the area of landscape architecture.
Each module begins with a phase where new techniques are learned. In this phase, individual exercises are connected to current issues in landscape architecture. In the second part of the module, participants grapple with complex problems, which will be discussed during a concluding presentation within the framework of a panel discussion with a group of experts. The students are challenged to go beyond the boundaries of conventional domains and test the tools in analysis, design, and visualisation. Each module starts on a Friday, and lectures are held only on Fridays (full day) and Mondays (half day). During the week we offer office hours for individual questions on Wednesday afternoons. Please note that final presentations and / or additional workshops may also be scheduled on Wednesdays.
|Zielpublikum:||University graduates from both Switzerland and abroad or interested individuals with equivalent educational status and experience who have studied and worked in architecture and landscape architecture.|
|Voraussetzung:||Master's degree acknowledged by ETH or equivalent educational qualifications and at least two years professional experience. The entire programme is held in English and German.|
|Sprachanforderung:||English: C1, German: A1-A2 - Show proficiency scales|
|Unterrichtssprachen:||German: 20 % English: 80 %|
|Trägerschaft:||ETH Zurich, D-ARCH, Chair of Landscape Architecture|
|Studienleitung:||Prof. Ch. Girot (Delegate) and P. Fricker (Director of Studies)|
|Studienbeginn:||September of every year|
|Studiendauer:||Two semesters, including semester breaks, lecture days: Fridays and Mondays. Office hours and presentations on Wednesday afternoons.|
|Kosten:||CHF 18'000 for the entire programme|
|Abmeldegebühr:||After 30 days upon admission: CHF 5'000|
|Abschluss:||Master of Advanced Studies with title 'MAS ETH in Landscape Architecture' (MAS ETH LA)|
|Kreditpunkte:||60 ECTS credits|
|Anmeldefrist:||January 1 to April 30 of every year|
|Information:||ETH Zurich, Chair of Landscape Architecture, Pia Fricker, HIL H 55.3, 8093 Zurich, Switzerland, Tel. +41 44 633 42 68 or +41 44 633 29 87 , Fax +41 44 633 12 08|
|Anmeldung:||ETH Zurich, Centre for Continuing Education, HG E 18.1, Rämistr. 101, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland, Tel. +41 44 632 56 59, email@example.com|
|Zusätzliche Anmeldeunterlagen:||A letter of motivation and 3 letters of recommendation, to be sent to the Centre for Continuing Education together with the application documents, as well as a portfolio (printout and CD) to be sent directly to the Chair of Landscape Architecture|
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|Website des Angebots:||http://www.girot.arch.ethz.ch/MASLA|
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