The Master in Landscape Architecture approached from 8 different and complementary perspectives. Each of them addresses a specific problem, for which students design different experimental solutions. The sum of these different focuses builds, at the end, an unique frame through which the student will exercise the profession.
The MLAB‘s programme is structured around 4 main modules (A. Public space and applied BIM, B. Green systems and applied BIM, C. Water systems and applied GIS and D. Tourism and applied GIS), 4 tools applied to landscape projects (I. BIM applied to public space, II. BIM applied to water systems, III. GIS applied to green infrastructures, IV. GIS applied to Tourism), one international intensive course (I. Remaking landscapes) and a set of theoretical courses (Contemporary landscape projects’ critique, Master final project).