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SPECIALIZE YOU AND YOUR TEAM IN GARDEN DESIGN

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Expand your skills, become a Garden Designer

Discover the Garden Design's world, in a Master that involves your whole team of professionals.

The master of Italian Design Institute is aimed at architecture, exterior and botanical design and design departments of companies that want to expand and update their skills in the art and science of garden design.

Through the exploration of issues related to biodiversity and the deepening of techniques and tools, you will be able to train your collaborators and specialize them in this sector, always looking at innovative and sustainable solutions that take into account the environmental impact and the respect for the landscape.

The art and vitality of architectural compositions are fundamental elements for those involved in outdoor study and design solutions.

Invest in the growth and specialization of your employees, create a team of great professionals!

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What you will learn

  • Living spaces design
  • Exhibition spaces design
  • Commercial spaces design
  • Installations and problems
  • Materials and furnishing accessories
  • Notions of Bio-architecture
  • Notions of lighting engineering
  • Design software

Course program

Botany and landscape ecology
Plant anatomy
Plant physiognomy
 
Knowledge of botanical and arboreal species
Dimensions, foliage, colors, transparencies, full and empty
Leaf, stem and thorns
Vascular plants
Biological form
Tubers
Fruits
 
Classification of ornamental species
Notes on the main ornamental tree species
Annual, biennial and perennial herbaceous ornamental plants
Use of ornamental plants
Social function of ornamental plants
 
 
History of the garden
The art of gardens - Historical notes
The medieval garden
The fifteenth-century garden
The Renaissance garden
The court gardens of the seventeenth century
Notes on the Chinese and Japanese garden
The landscaped garden
Great park and garden
XX century
Contemporary landscaper
Drawing exercises
 
 
How to choose plants for nursery
The nursery material
Material classification
Morphological analysis of the material
Visits to historic parks and nurseries
 
 
Ground characteristics
Ground components
Physico-mechanical properties
Motion of water in the saturated and unsaturated porous medium
 
 
Urban green
Urban forest
Terraces design and roof gardens
Artificial solution of green areas
Urban green areas analysis and classification of
Urban green functions
Urban green regulations
Private and public green
Creative workshop with project
 
 
Sensory elements use
Perfumes
Colors
Seasonal chromatisms of colour
 
 

Phases of the route

Preliminary lessons: teaching material
Lessons: 72 h
Project work
Max. participants: 18

How to apply

Fill out the information request form and we will contact you within a few days. In the selection of candidates the scholastic CV, work experience and motivational letter will be considered. It is possible and advisable to send a portfolio of previous works. The examining commission, considering these elements, will communicate the result of the selection and the admission to the Course.

Facilitations

Possibility of financing for the registration fee;
Professional orientation meeting during the classroom phase;
Video CV creation during the full-immersion;
Revision and update of the CV;
Reports of accommodation facilities, in areas adjacent to the classroom.

Training course

The objective of the Master in Garden Design is to consolidate the technical and artistic skills of the student in the design of gardens, parks and green areasto learn to create harmonious and fascinating compositions and to insert them in a living and natural context.Integration with the landscape is in fact an essential principle in green design, which must aim at a perfect fusion between nature and the work of man. Each of the decorative elements needed to complete the project must aim to achieve the necessary balance between the vitality of the vegetation and the art of human intervention.

The design phase of this master in garden design is based on the integration between the environment and the needs of the client, between functionality and design choices. All this is essential to find effective and appropriate solutions, able to shape the landscape with elegance and with constant attention to the relationship between tradition and new trends.

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