Bachelors in Landscape Architecture (BLA) at the Institute for Art & Culture (IAC) is inspired by history as well as the current budding of the social and environmental conditions. It seeks to promote a dialogue that privileges environmental justice, and spaces for creative expression. The relationship between man and earth is explored by looking into the debates, processes, interactions and design problems.
The program will delve into the definition of landscape as a body of visual knowledge that generates new knowledge of land in relation to its context and environment. The investigations would be strongly rooted in understanding the form of the land within the context of the built physical environment. The exploration of landscape architecture through fresh perspectives on the themes of cultural and traditional, and historical and spatial/local geographies in connection with theory and practice is intended. Therefore, the envisioned approach is embedded in principles of design and understanding to address the issues of urbanism and landscape.
The exploration of architecture through fresh perspectives on the themes of cultural, traditional, historical and local spatial geographies in reference to rising problems with global warming, food insufficiency and refugee crisis is targeted. The degree bases itself in urbanism and its consanguinity with the earth. The Contribution of varied people from the sector and therefore the core faculty brings to the program its leading edge up so far research and exceptional teaching skills alongside secretaries and critics from an expanded network will facilitate to strengthen exposure to the continued projects. The contribution of various luminaries from the field and the core faculty brings to the program their cutting-edge, and up-to-date research and exceptional teaching skills. The program seeks to reinforce and encourage exposure to the ongoing projects through partnerships with the stakeholders across an expanded network.
The challenges of food insecurity, water shortages and climate change have increased the importance of safe, sustainable and healthy environment. Their incorporation into Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) underscores the importance of awareness and the need for responding to the challenges at all levels. These critical issues that are at the heart of our environment have both local and global contexts, thus needing an academic exploration, which this course promises to offer.