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Factsheet, 2022

Procedural theory - accomplishing design goals

Thorpert, Petra; Sundblad, Stefan; Macias, Diana; Jakobsson, Emma; Erven, Anne; Zarifa, Ehab; Rijksen, Myrthe; Törnqvist, Lina; Martin, Pierre


Landscaping is the act of taking a piece of land and analysing, evaluating, and beautifying it, while focusing on maintaining and increasing sustainability, functionality, and usability for people in a resource-effective way.

The course Urban Landscape Design (LK0400) is a bachelor’s level course focusing on design of urban green spaces, offered at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and run by the Department of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Management (LTV faculty). The course is run as a stand-alone course for national and international students and as a programme course in the Landscape Engineer Programme at Uppsala and Alnarp, and in the Garden Design, Landscape Engineer Programme at Alnarp.

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LTV-fakultetens faktablad
2022, number: 2022:5
Publisher: Faculty of Landscape Architecture, Horticulture and Crop Production Science, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Authors' information

Macias, Diana
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Jakobsson, Emma
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Erven, Anne
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Zarifa, Ehab
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Rijksen, Myrthe
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Törnqvist, Lina
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Martin, Pierre
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UKÄ Subject classification

Landscape Architecture

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