About this course
As the primary language of communication for designers, drawing is a tool of persuasion, argument, critique, analysis, and storytelling. Reinforcing and building on lessons learned in LA 280 Design Communications I, this course introduces additional 2D and 3D visual representation techniques used in landscape architecture and affiliated design fields. Work takes place in analog and digital formats to cover fundamental practices and experimental approaches with an emphasis on process, rigor, and craft.
Prerequisite: Completion of LA 280 and of campus Composition I General Education requirement or consent of instructor.
3 credit hours