ANNA ZAHONERO + LARA DEL VALLE
The course aims to provide the tools and methods needed to study the area where the proposal is located, meeting the conditions of the site and the project or program that is necessary to implement. The target is to activate the graphic and technical skills for cartographic exploration to relate landscape on physical, social and perceptual dimensions and to communicate these processes through geospatial data in order to provide a basic knowledge of the tools and techniques needed to produce, manage and interpret geospatial data.
The Workshop will introduce transversal landscape analysis concepts, as a filter for a look at the analysis and cartographic production, specific to our discipline. These concepts, defined as the structuring vectors for the landscape project, will guide us to the production of interescale and transversal mapping, combining both scales and looks at the most significant processes for configuring multiple structures, atmospheres, processes and dynamics that “make landscape”.
Students will learn the basics of geospatial processing and gain familiarity with tools as GIS for mapping and Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign will be used to distill ideas into effective graphical presentations.
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