Regional Landscape Planning Course, 2005

The Future of Awaji Island Region

Duration: May to September 2005

Objectives: Let students experience the different spatial and temporal scales of their island and find out their impact scale, where they can contribute to a wanted future.

Methods: Teaching, studio and presentation work are mixed in 12 course units with changing emphasize; a) landscape analysis, 5 units; b) planning in the landscape for the people, 4 units; and c) reflection, 3 units. In addition several excursions and individual discussions upon request.


regional landscape planning 01
06.05.2005

regional landscape planning 02
13.05.2005

regional landscape planning 03
20.05.2005

regional landscape planning 04
27.05.2005

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03.06.2005

regional landscape planning 06
10.06.2005

regional landscape planning 07
17.06.2006

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24.06.2005

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01.07.2005

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08.07.2005

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15.07.2005

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22.07.2005

Other Presentations/ Events in Period May 05 to Sept. 05

Studentexcursion to Kamicho, Central Hyogo, Sept. 29th-30th, 2005

Studentexcursion to Kamicho, Central Hyogo, Sept. 15th, 2005

8th Asian Urbanization Conference, Kobe, Aug. 20th to 23rd, 2005

Japanese Rural Planning Association, Kinki Region Meeting, Hokudan-cho, Awaji shi, Aug. 6th, 2005

ALPHA Seminar about Landscape Education in Europe 2005 and LE:NOTRE Project, July 13th, 2005,

Special Events: Homeinvitation Tomoko Tsujimoto June 10th, 2005

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