- Determining the client’s requirements
- Analysing the site
- Applying design principles
- Developing and sketching first concept plans
- Developing drawings
- Preparing the landscape proposal
- Costing plans & planting lists
- Presenting your plan to a client.
This course runs for a total of seven days - Monday 1 - Friday 5, and Monday 8 - Tuesday 9 October 2018.
Central Otago Campus, Corner of Ray & Erris Streets, Cromwell.
Sue Mort (Dip L.A. A.L.I)
A practising Central Otago Landscape Architect, with wide experience in turning the dowdy into the delectable! Sue designs for both large rural landscapes and smaller town sites.
For more information
Please contact Jo.Wakelin@op.ac.nz or phone 0800 765 9276.
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