Landscape Performance Series
In this interactive animation, the student will pursue the following learning objectives:
Gain understanding as to how segmental pavement contributes to essential urban character, including experience, sequence, boundary, and hierarchy.
Explore a range of place types that landscape architects commonly work with in urban areas, including space, edge, path, threshold, and focus.
Discover how segmental pavement can signify and create these places types.
Explore precedents that demonstrate these place types using pattern, texture, color, and shape.
Dee, Catherine. Form and Fabric in Landscape Architecture, A Visual Introduction. London and New York: Spon Press, 2001. Print. Images provided by
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