Perception and analysis of landscape, urban structure and urban planning contexts, practise the visualization of inventory and analysis, basic urban and landscape design, integrating development design, practical exercise in the design of a site extension residential area in scales 1:2,500 in structural and 1:1,000 in concrete testimonies.
Urban development history; urban development history of Augsburg; design methodology;
development planning; sustainable urban development.
Tasks of landscape planning; links to urban planning and urban planning; ecological principles; user requirements for open spaces; design of open spaces.

Qualification objectives

Students are familiar with the main developments in the historical process today’s urban planning. They have become acquainted with the goals and methods of sustainable urban development. Students can learn the ecological, functional and design basics of landscape planning in relation to its interaction with local development and analyse and classify settlement planning. They are in a position to provide a task-specific methodological approach. To develop an approach to medium complexity planning.
Students can learn the basics of urban planning in particular in connection with outdoor space planning in largely independent designs to implement.

Teaching materials
Lecture accompanying material, literature list