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Constructing Landscapes

Landscape Design Studio 2 (2019-20)

Related Staff : Natalia Echeverri, Susanne Trumpf


The relationship between the representation of landscapes and the production of landscapes is integral. Drawings, models, or other types of representational tools, offer possibilities in understanding the landscape in different ways and are a critical part of the design process. Throughout the studio, students experimented with different techniques to develop composite and complex understandings of the landscape. The course consisted of a sequence of three projects. In the first project, students explored the concept of ‘type’ though an analysis of modern garden and park case studies. By using two-dimensional and three-dimensional diagrams, students articulated each case study as a sequence of spaces and distribution of elements. In the second project, students explored the tectonics of the ground through a series of topographical studies, working primarily in collage, model, and parallel projective drawings. The final assignment was built upon the skills and knowledge acquired in the first two projects, with the goal being to design the integration between terrain, natural forces, and human habitation. Students designed a series of spaces along a trail on top of Mount Davis, a site that once served as part of Hong Kong’s defense system during World War II.

Enlarge Photo: Sectional variation and triangulation model. By ZHAO Ruoning Nina.Enlarge Photo: Terrain collages. By WONG Hoi Lam Michelle, CHAN Cheuk Yin Tiger.Enlarge Photo: Terrain collages. By WONG Hoi Lam Michelle, CHAN Cheuk Yin Tiger.Enlarge Photo: Collage interpretations. By CHENG Tsz Kwok Gordon, CHOW Chiu Yin Thompson.Enlarge Photo: Collage interpretations. By CHENG Tsz Kwok Gordon, CHOW Chiu Yin Thompson.Enlarge Photo: Sectional variation and triangulation model and tectonic interventions. By LEE Kai Chi Adam.Enlarge Photo: Sectional variation and triangulation model and tectonic interventions. By LEE Kai Chi Adam.Enlarge Photo: Concept models and plan. By ZHAO Ruoning Nina.Enlarge Photo: Concept models and plan. By ZHAO Ruoning Nina.Enlarge Photo: Permiability and canopy analysis. By LEE Yin Ching Athena.Enlarge Photo: Perspectives. By WONG Hoi Lam Michelle.Enlarge Photo: Sections. By LIU Jiani Vicki.Enlarge Photo: Working models. By LAM Tsz Kiu Alisa, LEUNG Yik Chung Gibson.Enlarge Photo: Working models. By LAM Tsz Kiu Alisa, LEUNG Yik Chung Gibson.Enlarge Photo: Vignette. By LEE Kai Chi Adam.Enlarge Photo: By WONG Hon Ting Bryan.Enlarge Photo: Site Sections. By CHENG Tsz Kwok Gordon.
UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE