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LA 221 Week 2 Notes

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What we covered in class Tues. 1/19 and Thurs. 1/21.
Landscape Architecture History II
Carla Corbin
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LA History II, history, Landscape Architecture




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Date Created: 01/24/16
LA History II Wk. 2 Case Study -not a report – it should develop some insights from it and controversy and discussion -turn knowledge into judgement -Good Source: The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) Spanish (West) Compare typologies and analyze site layouts Intentional cultivation of crops Mounds were for burial ceremonies Chaco Canyon- There are signs in the layout that the Puebloans had a hierarchical society. Who ever was on top of that mound was the most important Kivas-It’s suggested that in chaco canyon there wasn’t as much of a hierarchy because there isn’t only one kiva or hierarchy in the layout Laws of the Indies -human treatment of natives (it was supposed to stop the persecution of natives) -also dictated how you laid out towns [Spanish invaded, then occupied. They were after gold, to enlighten natives, and the fountain of youth] -Also accounted for: River transportation, climate&comfort, waste disposal, defensibility Vitruvian Principles – how to make gardens, town layout Palimpsest- something was used over multiple times (such as paper) Savannah Organized a grid system with corners facing North and South to control environmental factors like wind. And they would shad the walkways to keep merchants out of the sun


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