Generative Processes of Landscape
- Martina Voser
Every territory is the product of the overlapping of natural and cultural processes. An understanding of it is influenced not only by observation but also by perception and knowledge. Perceiving a place means understanding its specifics, its stratification into the processes and dynamics that distinguish it both naturally and culturally. If the complexity of the landscape translates into a layering of elements, in the cognitive act and for the purpose of the project, it may be useful to define it as a deconstruction. The course proposes methods and tools for concretely investigating this stratification, starting from research into specific typologies and definitions.
Tasks during the semester and oral final exam.