Research Based Sketching and Note-Taking as a Tool for Vernacular,Biomimicry and Biophilic Design
Join us, September 22nd at 12:00PM ET!
This course will stress the importance of sketching in research and analysis of local vernacular gardens, landscape architectural typologies of forms, artifacts, motifs, space relationships and how they are used to create timeless “Continuity of the Vernacular” projects. This course will also demonstrate how on and off-site research, note-taking and sketching can help to create successful Biomimicry and Biophylic designs that trigger a positive impact on our health and well-being. Case Studies include projects in Kenya; Galapagos, Australia, China; Sri Lanka, Ivory Coast, Rwanda and Dominica.
This course is will provide 1.5 Continuing Education Credit.
Florida DBPR Course Number: 12320
**If you would like CE credit, please be sure to enter your LA Number in your registration.
ASLA Florida Members: $25 | Non-Members: $35
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