PRACTICAL ASPECT OF THE PROFESSION
By choosing Landscape design for recreational facilities specialisation, you will broaden your knowledge of design. You will be fully prepared for the spatial and programmatic arrangement of leisure facilities, as well as identifying techniques and technologies used in the implementation and maintenance of these areas.
Studies on this specialisation take into account modern forms of leisure and recreation combined with such types of landscape: parks, boulevards, promenades. The knowledge taught at UEM is closely related to the needs of modern society.
FOR WHOM WAS LANDSCAPE DESIGN FOR RECREATIONAL FACILITIES SPECIALISATION CREATED?
Landscape design for recreational facilities is a specialisation for people who want to have an impact on how their immediate surroundings influence the quality of everybody’s life. The presence of parks and boulevards in cities is one of the most significant aspects of modern urban planning and architecture.
Landscape design – recreation on protected area
Landscape design – site recreational design
Landscape design – elective
Consultation and writing the diploma thesis
Economics and management in environmental protection
Environment reclamation techniques
Computer lab (Sketch-up)
History of art
Plant biology and physiology
Basics of technical calculations
Freehand drawing and sculpture
3D Landscape visualisation
Garden architecture, building utility systems and materials
Introduction to profession and the basics of design
Theory and principles of landscape design
History of architecture and garden art
Landscape site construction
Landscape architecture – site cultivation
Water site park design
Selected problems of faunistics
Intellectual property protection
Historical site conservation and revalorisation
Basics of photography