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Italian Garden Design

Quasar Diploma
Start date
22/07/2019
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Attendance

First session: July 22nd – August 4th

Second session: September 2nd – September 15th

Certificates obtained

Certificate of participation

Italian Garden Design

Italian Garden Design

Quasar diploma
Italian Garden Design
Start date
22/07/2019
Enroll by
Attendance

First session: July 22nd – August 4th

Second session: September 2nd – September 15th

Certificates obtained

Certificate of participation

Garden design is an ancient art, but what does it entail today? What does a garden designer really do? The aim of this course is to deepen the studentsunderstanding of design principles and creative approaches in garden design, relative to modern need and lifestyle. More and more, gardens coexist happily with living rooms, kitchens, and the interiors in our own home: they represent us and our life. A garden is like a private corner of nature, a space for pleasure and productivity. The garden designer combines art, creativity and skills in orderto provide a complete design service,which includesplanting plants, installing the so-called hard landscape elements (paths, walls, paving, decking) and specialfeatures such as water, lighting and garden furniture,to create magicaland amazing atmospheres.

Overview

First session: July 22nd – August 4th

Third session: September 2nd – September 15th

CREDITS INFO

Upon successful completion you will receive a certificate to say you have attended and achieved a level of attainment expected by our academic staff. If you wish to receive credit, you will need to arrange this with your faculty at home before you attend. Quasar can supply module specifications to assist in calculating a credit equivalency. As a guide the summer programme is equivalent to 4 ECTS per week.

 

WHO IS IT FOR

This course is aimed to students and professionals who wish to enrich their garden design experience in the great city Rome. Studio sessions are complemented by visits to artisanal workshops and tours of the city. Rome is a place where tradition, new technologies and craftsmanship coexist.

COURSE DURATION
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

The course is both theoretical and practical; it includes guided visits to provide an exhaustive knowledge of the subject. The course provides an in-depth understanding of gardens, their values and their design through time, thanks to the analysis of contemporary gardens and the most important historical gardens in Rome. Practice-oriented teaching will stimulate inventiveness and the ability to translate ideas into a design, by developing “creative concepts”. The program also focuses on the technical and technological issues involved in building a garden, and its maintenance. Classes include technical drawing and sketching (free-hand and digital), so that the student can translate ideas and designs into a dissertation or presentation.

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will receive a certificate of attendance. If the student wishes to convert the class hours attended in Italy into academic credits, he or she will have to arrange a suitable conversion with his or her faculty in the home country, before attending the course in Rome. Quasar can supply the specifications of the module in order to assist in this conversion. As reference, the summer program is equivalent to 4 ECTS per week.

RELATED COURSES

ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
TUITION FEES

 

Course + course materials (if applicable) + Q-card: First week € 1.400,00 per person; 2 weeks: € 2.600,00 per person

REDUCED PARTICIPATION for students from GEMS SCHOOL or QIAD partner (10% of amount): First week € 1.260,00 per person; 2 weeks: € 2.340,00 per person

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION BONUS**: 10% of amount

GROUP DISCOUNT N° 5 PARTICIPANTS: First week € 1.100,00 per person; 2 weeks: € 2.200,00 per person

GROUP DISCOUNT OVER 5 PARTICIPANTS: First week € 1.000,00 per person; 2 weeks: € 2.000,00 per person

 

**EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION:

May 5th, 2019 for the July course;

July 15th, 2019 for the September course

FINAL DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION

June 21st 2019 for the I session: 22nd July – 4th August

August 2nd 2019 for the III session: 2nd September – 15th September

FUTURE CAREERS AND CREATIVE PROFESSIONS
PROFESSORS

CLASSES

Romantic Italian gardens. This course explores the richness and variety of Rome’s historical gardens. You will be immersed in magic and amazing atmospheres of the most beautiful historical gardens.

Garden as dream. This course explores special contemporary gardens. The course focuses on the principles of composition and language, the conformation of spaces and atmospheres, uses of plants and natural materials, innovations, and interpretation of the landscape context.

Reading place, writing place. This course explores the idea of “place” through the analysis of its hidden values, and how the concept of “genius loci” can be translated in garden design.

Garden as idea. With the aim of educating the imagination and the ability to translate ideas and suggestions into a garden, this lab provides some short exercises of transcription and interpretations of references, ranging from literature, to cinema, to figurative art.

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