Department of Fine Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts
Course of Landscape Design
Designing attractive townscape and scenery, and planning and proposing development of vibrant and safe communities
Students on their own initiative explore the issues found in community creation, and develop their abilities to put their studies into practice in a local community through workshops and other exercises; they thus learn the knowledge and techniques needed to make new proposals.
Overview of the Course
From the perspective of “landscape design,” the Course’s students engage in cross-sectional studies of different scales and viewpoints such as urban community, landscape, products, architecture, and merchandise, all of which are necessary for community development.
More specifically, the research covers an extensive range of subjects, from public spaces such as streets, transport facilities, public squares, parks, or the waterside, to various products including buildings, houses, articles for daily use, local specialties, and their relationships.
In classwork, through landscape design theory and diverse design practice exercises, students acquire the knowledge and master the technology that enables planning, proposal, and implementation for landscapes, and thus develop their ability as a total designer with multifaceted views while cultivating the specialized nature of each skill.
The Course sees the activity of humans supported by local climate and culture as “landscape” in the round, and through continuous and vital community development, and the development of social infrastructure, the Course aims to train students capable of creating new social assets suitable for the next generation.
Teaching Staff of the Course of Landscape Design
Examples of Works by the Teaching Staff
Yuichi Watanabespan>商品企画・セミオーダー家具 ICX（ デザイン： 苧阪崇二）
（都市モンタージュ製作：NPO法人 Team Timberize）
Takahiro Yamauchi一．原 都市風景
Takahiro Yamauchi二．現 都市風景
Takahiro Yamauchi三．住 都市風景