University of Calgary

ARST 461 - Site Planning And Design - Winter 2009

Observation gathering, recording and interpreting site information. Diagrammatic and pictorial graphic expression. Geological, biophysical, climatic, cultural, social and economic site factors. Sense of place. Site analysis, landscape potentials and constraints, development factors and criteria are discussed and applied to a human settlement project. Small and large scale projects are compared.
This course may not be repeated for credit.


  • H(3-0)


  • Credit for both Architectural Studies 461 and any of Architectural Studies 459, Environmental Design 597.01, 597.02 and 645 will not be allowed. Note: Open only to students enrolled in the Architectural Studies Minor program.


  • Architectural Studies 443, 451 and 455.


  • Architectural Studies 444 and 453.


  • LEC 1M 09:30 - 12:20
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