Urban landscapes are changing dramatically. Cities worldwide are implementing plans to maintain the vitality of metropolitan areas and make them attractive and sustainable to residents, business and tourism. Here lies your enthralling challenge.
If you study this degree in urban landscape architecture, you will be given a diverse education across urban planning and landscape architecture – from cityscapes to coastlines. As Ravensbourne University London has excellent links to industry, we place great emphasis on teaching you the tricks of the trade that will truly prepare you for the professional environment.
In studying this innovative combination of architecture and urban planning, you will consider how people use space across a diverse range of urban environments. You will examine the key challenges facing the industry and contemplate the solutions presented by some of the greatest architects and urban designers in the field.
You will develop your cityscape architecture and planning skills and learn how to balance national trends, regional characteristics and local traditions. By the end of this urban landscape architecture course in London, you will have the know-how to create structures and spaces that meet a multitude of social, economic and ecological needs.
Throughout your undergraduate studies, you will build up a portfolio of work which showcases the breadth of your urban landscape architecture design skills. You will investigate the complexity of contemporary urban aspects, design innovation, and advance conversations around how we build and inhabit cities in the 21st century.
Graduates jump into employment across a multitude of areas, including landscape design, management, planning, community development and urban design consultancy. Working in private practice or government offices, many are helping to create thriving communities and sustainable places in industries such as: film and TV, leisure and games design.
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