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April 26, 2010 at 2:35 pm #169938
I agree with most of what you said, though I personally think that repetitive curves can create a sense of movement, and almost direct one person to another space, and a formal group of line can create a space in which the space inside is emphasized. Maybe there are places for everything, in various manners?April 26, 2010 at 2:32 pm #169939
I can see what your seeing. I feel like I got slightly carried away with my curves, and realized I was getting off track with my concept. I’m not quite sure if I understand how classical lines allow the landscape to flow. I guess I always thought as classical lines as a more rigid manual feeling. Something contrary to a natural flow. You seem to have an interesting personal experience. But yes, like you said both have their places. I just lack in understanding more of the appropriate places in which they are placed. So I thought people who were further in the profession could explain, or even suggest their opinion. So thanks! I really appreciate it!April 26, 2010 at 2:24 pm #169940
Interesting. What do you mean by “Nebulosity” of the form? I’m unfamiliar with the term. Looked it up in the dictionary, but couldn’t quite make sense of it.
Oh! and which Halprin are you referring to?
Thanks for your thoughts!
and sorry for all these questions…November 18, 2009 at 6:31 pm #172307
I’m not sure, but can you do it by writing the URL down?
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/london/8361486.stmNovember 4, 2009 at 11:26 pm #172470
Hiya! I would certainly look for those things.
Our school doesn’t require me to do an internship until my 3rd or 4th year without the payment distinction as far as I know. I just wanted somewhat of a feel with the job experience.
I just started learning Auto CAD and Sketchup, along with adobe suite, so I don’t know how qualified I would be by the upcoming summer.
Thanks for all the suggestions, it’s so kind of you guys!
Cheers!October 8, 2009 at 4:07 pm #172793
Heya, I actually looked into U of Gloucestershire. I used to live in Cheltenham for 5 years so it was interesting to look at the school in a different perspective. It was interesting when I looked into it, since there seemed to be more than one campus of U of Gloucestershire than Gloucestershire. Well thanks for the help though!October 4, 2009 at 1:36 am #172795
Nick – I think my school has connections with Leeds University, but I guess I’m not sure if Leeds University and Leeds Metropolitan U is directly connected. Thanks for the recommendation
Megan – Hey! Yeah, as far as I know we are required to do abroad study in order to graduation. I talked to my counselor briefly, and from what she said, it was possible for me to go study abroad twice and even as long as a year long program. Summer programs sound great, but I wouldn’t mind getting an internship during the summer. Although I am not sure about the possibilities of doing so. Clarifying with the above, our school has direct contact in which allows no problem transferring credits while attending these schools doing abroad study. But if I wanted to, I could contact some other schools in which the school could maybe figure things out for me. I guess I was more on exploring the possibilities.
Thanks all for your help 🙂
Wouldn’t mind more recommendations.