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LIST OF COURSES


welcome


faculty


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Direction Enric Batlle, Marina Cervera, Xavier Fàbregas, Luis Maldonado, Pepa Morán, Anna Zahonero. Faculty

Andreu

Arriola,

Jordi

Bellmunt,

Manel

Colominas, Mª Pilar García-Almirall, Jordi Izquierdo,

Mar Pérez, Carme Ribas, María Rubert, Ioanna Spanou, Víctor Tènez. Assistants

Albert

Bestard,

Lidia

Carrillo,

Xavier

Ramoneda, Ada Sánchez, Iván Sánchez, Mario Súñer, Livia Valentini, Javier Zaldívar.


courses


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Design Landscape Design Studio I, II & III, Final

Landscape Design Studio, Landscape Design Analysis, History & Theory Of Landscape I, II & III, Expression

Of Landscape, Cartography, Landscape Composition Elements, Landscape Composition I & II. Technical

Landscape

Sciences,

Engineering

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Landscape, Landscape Engineering I, II & III, Construction & Landscape, Urbanism & Landscape, Ecology

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Landscape,

Landscape

Hidrology and Professional Practice.

Restoration,


Landscape Design Studio I JORDI BELLMUNT + ADA SÁNCHEZ


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In Landscape Design Studio I, the student discovers the approach to the keys of a landscape architecture project. Students are professionals trained in their own disciplines in different countries, who undertake the specific knowledge and sensitivity of landscaping studies. The course develops various exercises of different level of complexity: from small projects seeking to test different visions of the known, adding new and adjusted technical definitions, to projects which response is built on the strength of the idea. These exercises try to deepen in the reflexive act of the project at a new discipline. This aid comes in addition to interventions and small seminars that reflect today’s culture related to landscaping.


Joan Battle + Clàudia Amías


Joan Battle + Clàudia Amías


Andrea GraĂąa + Carmen Guerrero


Andrea GraĂąa + Carmen Guerrero


Joan Suñe


CĂŠsar JimĂŠnez + Maziar Merkanbash


Landscape Design Studio II ENRIC BATLLE + X.RAMONEDA + M.SÚÑER + J.ZALDÍVAR


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In this course, the territorial scale is introduced into the landscape project. The subject explains the innovations involved, the morphological and environmental analysis, the nature of the project and their instruments as well as the project management itself. Each team deals with a specific analysis of the site focused on biodiversity, connectivity and production. They have to produce a Masterplan based on the conclusions of their analysis. The Masterplan has to revalue the site with a deep understanding of topography, water dynamics, management, vegetation, biological corridors, itineraries and uses. A specific area of the Masterplan will be chosen by each group in order to develop a further definition of the project and some detailed solutions that will meet the objectives set in the Master Plan. Last year, the topic of the subject was the ecological connectivity between Llobregat river and the Agricultural Park. It was also important the social connectedness between the populations of Prat de Llobregat, Hospitalet de Llobregat and CornellĂ de Llobregat with their natural environment.


Marie Montocchio


Malgorzara Stryjek


Corina Andueza


Juanita Leal


Landscape Design Studio III VÍCTOR TÉNEZ + MARINA CERVERA


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This course investigates territorial structures from a spatial view in order to recognize the elements that determine their specificity and atmosphere. Last year course has been developed in collaboration with the Eixample district Associations and Barcelona City Council and has dealt with one of the most relevant and controversial lines of action currently in the city: SuperIlles. The Superilles of Barcelona are public space areas recovered at the expense of the space reserved for vehicles circulation. The students have worked with the visualization of the water cycle and the native vegetation in the public space while understanding the urban metabolism on a small flexible scale. Alternative models of relationship between citizens and pedestrianized spaces have been investigated. As a real experience, the students have had to carry out a process of involvement of the local population in their projects, exposing their work to the neighbors and incorporating people demands to their projects. Thanks to a funded research project by the European Union, projects are being represented as an editable virtual reality environment, so that they can be modified and enriched by those who want to access them online.


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B. Castañón + C. De Sas + C. Bonfil + A. Trujillo + I. Sanfeliú + V. Gilbert + J. Leal

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Final Landscape Design Studio ANNA ZAHONERO + IOANNA SPANOU


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During the course, the students are invited to exemplify through a specific project the experience and knowledge gathered throughout the Master studies. The contents include: Sophistication of the exercises of landscape analysis. Improvement of the design methods. Coordination and collaboration between students. Site-specific research. Multidisciplinary approaches. Development of a critical point of view, specific of the discipline of landscape architecture. As far as the design method is concerned, students are invited to research by design all resources obtained throughout their studies in landscape architecture. The approach to design is inter-scalar, starting with a deep analysis of the current conditions of the site, both morphological and processual, in order to develop a coherent strategy and following actions and detail design. Urban fringes, landscapes under transformation, agricultural and forest landscapes under pressure by the influence of urban dynamics, among others, are the common sites that students are called to ¨recover¨ through landscape design.


Lidia Carrillo


Lidia Carrillo


Melanie Theosodopoulou


Alba Guillén


CONECTIVIDAD LONGITUDINAL

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Giovanna Bartoleschi


Victor Adorno


Elements of LandscapeComposition PEPA MORÁN + LIDIA CARRILLO


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The subject aims to awaken, promote or increase the student’s sensitivity to the landscape by interpreting this as a ubiquitous, constantly mutant, transversal reality in disciplines and emotions and as a transmitter of intangibles. The landscape as a transmitter of intangibles is a dominant aspect in the teaching of Elements, since the landscaper is really a constructor of three-dimensional spaces beyond the drawing. For this reason the subject consists of a theoretical-practical-experimental content that is structured in the following blocks: LANDSCAPE PERCEPTION AND REPRESENTATION How landscape is perceived and represented, basically in painting, but also in cinema and other media. ELEMENTS OF THE LANDSCAPE, KNOWLEDGE. Introduction to the compositional capacities of the basic elements of the landscape: water, earth, vegetation, light and time, separately and integrated in projects and assessing their role in the transmission of the message. STRUCTURES, KNOWLEDGE. THE EPHEMERAL MEDIUM LEVEL AND SCALE. IDENTITY IDENTITIES AND TRANSIDENTITIES CONFLUENCE AND TRASNVERSALITY


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Corina Andueza + Gabriela Baca + ClĂ udia De Sas + Juanita Leal


Cesar Jimenez, Paola Cuitiva


Landscape Composition I CARME RIBAS


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URBAN PUBLIC SPACE Mediterranean cities like Barcelona, despite their high density, maintain a remarkable level of coexistence due to the capacity of common spaces to contain the diversity of uses arising from a population that is also increasingly heterogeneous. In recent years, cities are entering a new paradigm based on sustainable mobility (walking, cycling or public transport), compared to the model of the twentieth century characterized by the private vehicle as a synonym of freedom and wellness. The new paradigm that is proposed allows the recovery of free space for citizens and a greater presence of green in streets and squares, thus promoting much more sustainable and healthy urban habitats. Barcelona now tries to situate itself in this new scenario and begins to rethink traditional urban policies and to limit car traffic to free surfaces and spaces thus improving air quality. The course will deal with the project of urban public space from this perspective and will work on a specific location in Barcelona where the reflections raised in class will become new proposals.


Carmen Guerrero


4 TOPOGRAFÍA Y AGUA

MERCADO SANT ANTONI

COMPOSICIÓ DEL PAISATGE CÉSAR JIMÉNEZ CERRADA

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COMPOSICIÓ DEL PAISATGE CÉSAR JIMÉNEZ CERRADA

Ejemplar único

Enredaderas ligadas a las pérgolas

Plantaciones arbustivas en zonas de sombra

Quercus Ilex

Parthenocissus Henryana

Viburnum Tinus

Quercus ilex Drenajes en sombra

Lonicera Periclymenum

Abelia Grandiflora

Drenajes soleados Plantaciones en los sistemas de drenaje soleados

Platanus hispánica Celtis australis

Carex Flacca

Phlomis Fruticosa

Euphorbia Characias

Ballota Hirsuta

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guiding principle

drainage system

Raised-bed gardening

bench system

car guidance system

Lennart Fischer

Lennart Fischer


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higher planting

market roof

Perspectiv Lennart Fischer


Landscape Composition II ANDREU ARRIOLA


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INVENTING THE SITE Barcelona has developed a personal approach to designing public spaces during the past years. The given context for the park, and specifically for the projects to be presented, is always that of a highly dense city with no other empty spaces besides the leftovers of the metropolis. The lots that we are given for designing parks are always the sites of pre-existing, polluting activities, noisy factories or empty areas, resulting from the inability of developers to build houses or other amenities on them. It may be concluded that the lot for a park in the present-day city is associated with conflict, and is an unresolved problem. It most cases, the process of design goes through a preliminary act of defining the site. I would call this inventing the site. The site is something that has to be defined; it is a problem of edges, borders, limits. A real process of implantation. Therefore the modern park has to come to terms with difficult problems that the traditional park would be unable to solve. An untouched landscape reminds us that public spaces in the city have nothing to do with nature. The present sites that we find in Barcelona look more like wasteland than nature.


Corina Andueza, Neus Soto, AdriĂ Ribas


History and Theory of Landsacape I ENRIC BATLLE + JAVIER ZALDÍVAR


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This subject deals with the links between architecture and landscape, at all levels of action, and focuses on the importance of landscape projects to transform places, cities and territories. The subject tries to establish some “principles” through the analysis of some historical models of free spaces and through the study of certain contemporary examples, from gardens to parks, from free spaces systems to urban hybrids ones. The purpose is trying to collect various “materials” from different disciplines - agriculture, ecology, art and architecture - that are not presented from the expert analysis of their specificity, but are interpreted from the logic of landscape architecture. The principles and materials analyzed can serve to define new “models” that landscape projects can bring to transform our territories.


Megane Millet


Corina Andueza


Teresa Baldรณ


Alba GuillĂŠn

Alexandra Segovia


Adorno + Bartoleschi + GuillĂŠn + Maglia + Theodosopoulou


Lidia Car


History & Theory Of Landscape II VÍCTOR TÉNEZ


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This course is an introduction to theoretical themes of contemporary landscape through an eclectic look and transverse material provided by the international specific literature aiming to gradually construct a theory of hybrid landscape. The students are conducting a small research related to the biography and writings of an author and making a public presentation of his article in class, to complement and introduce other views by the Student. At the same time, the order of debate topics directly related to the program reinforces the participation and the assimilation of the concepts thus providing a framework for the development of a critical approach on projectual attitudes. The interpretation of a place through drawing, video or photograph is a parallel and complementary exercise that helps to explore the theoretical knowledge acquired throughout the course. The use of means other than the word, help students to face topical analysis and try to apply concepts during critical mechanisms. Therefore, the course is presented under an apparent oxymoron: it is a “practical� course of theory in which students are invited to become themselves theoretic landscape architects.


Alba GuillĂŠn + Francesco Maglia + Melanie Theodosopoulou


History & Theory Of Landscape III PEPA MORÁN + LIVIA VALENTINI


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The course proposes the study of landscape architecture in recent decades (second half of the XX century and early XXI century) and deepens the growing consideration of the dynamic perspective of the landscape. From the analysis of specialized literature and the study of a selection of projects of landscape architecture, the target is: To introduce theories of landscape architecture and related disciplines (ecology, aesthetics and philosophy, among others) that support the draft landscape in recent decades and recognize the dynamic condition of the landscape To foster critical and personal vision of students through the development of research articles and working format 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10.

Landscape Architecture dynamic condition From the womb to ecoscore Inform: Process art Landform: Beginning of environmentalism The phenological project The management plan as a change modulator Process and form: trans_forma Resilience: adaptation and transformation The future: the empirical model Perform: action as a social


ClĂ udia De Sas


Valentine Gilbert


Begoña Castañon


Huiting Huan

Ines San Feliu


Landscape & Urbanism MARÍA RUBERT


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This subject aims to provide landscape students with the analysis of urban form and the study of the project, as well as the knowledge of the urban discipline that is considered indispensable for any intervention on the city and the territory. It consists of theoretical lessons and practical exercises of real representation to allow implementing the arguments of the lessons and, in parallel, to raise issues of interpretation and project of the urban and territorial reality. The course takes Barcelona as a case study because of the importance and diversity of the various urban projects that have been developed throughout history and the green spaces that have been created. Examples of parks and green systems that make up the great cities of the world are a reference to the lessons. Throughout the course there will be visits to some of the main parks to see the relationship between green space and urban model


Corina Andueza


Marie Montocchio


Cartography ANNA ZAHONERO + IOANNA SPANOU + PILAR GARCÍA


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The course aims to provide the tools and methods needed to study the area where the proposal is located, meeting the conditions of the site and the project or program that is necessary to implement. The target is to activate the graphic and technical skills for cartographic exploration to relate landscape on physical, social and perceptual dimensions and to communicate these processes through geospatial data in order to provide a basic knowledge of the tools and techniques needed to produce, manage and interpret geospatial data. The Workshop will introduce transversal landscape analysis concepts, as a filter for a look at the analysis and cartographic production, specific to our discipline. These concepts, defined as the structuring vectors for the landscape project, will guide us to the production of interescale and transversal mapping, combining both scales and looks at the most significant processes for configuring multiple structures, atmospheres, processes and dynamics that “make landscape� Students will learn the basics of geospatial processing and gain familiarity with tools as GIS for mapping and Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign will be used to distill ideas into effective graphical presentations.


Melanie Theodosopoulou + Francesco Maglia


Lidia Carrillo + Sarah RamĂ­rez + Gabriela Vega


Landscape and Construction MAR PÉREZ


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The subject aim is to provide the students with the main resources to materialize a landscape project according to the environmental, mechanical, physical and human requirements of the site. By the end of the course the student can recognize and represent the basic landscape construction methods. The subject is essentially practical. It consists of workshop and lectures The course focuses on constructive analysis of the environment and landscape projects. This analysis tries to lead to constructive, graphically expressed, solutions that make up the course work. The student must provide the material weekly to be discussed successively during the workshop, until the final work is composed. The student will learn tools to build the landscape depending on the appropriate environmental requirements and on the appropriate mechanical, physical, environmental and human strategies in each case. A collective database will be developed to help to establish constructive resources in the patterns of projects.


Carmen Guerrero + Joan SuĂąe


Joelly Camacho + Sandra Pagan


TOR :

Gerardo Ignacio Castro + David Mauricio Torrejón

FACHADA. RECUBRIMIENTO VEGETAL SOBRE OMBRACULOS FIJOS FACHADA. RECUBRIMIENTO VEGETAL SOBRE OMBRACULOS FIJOS

PLANTA. RECUBRIMIENTO VEGETAL SOBRE OMBRACULOS FIJOS PLANTA. RECUBRIMIENTO VEGETAL SOBRE OMBRACULOS FIJOS

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Landscape and Engineering XAVIER FÁBREGAS + ALBERT BESTARD


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The student should be able to comprehend the basics of landscape architecture like basic components such as vegetation, while being able to manipulate or control natural elements based of conceptual proposals. There will be field trips to different parks and public spaces in which vegetation will be researched, observed and studied. The course is divided in two parts: VEGETATION Gardens plants, Coniferous. Broadleafed plants. Palm trees, types of bushes and shrubs, Herbaceous and ground cover plants. Selection of criteria of species and new gardens species. ORNAMENTAL PLANT NURSERY Supply of vegetation, nursery techniques and maintaning and ordering of trees.


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Landscape Engineering I XAVIER FÁBREGAS + ALBERT BESTARD


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The principal objective is to learn the ground components, its physical and chemical properties and the criteria and application of Green spaces. The student will learn basic techniques of growth and management, the basic guidelines of site management and the execution of construction management of Green spaces. APPLIED EDAPHOLOGY Knowledge of mineral and organic grounds, water and its risks, liming and fertilization and issues found with low-level urban land. GREEN SPACE IMPLEMENTATION Garden Implementation: Project Schedule. Site topography . Machinery. Plantation. Lawns. MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE Lawn Conservation. Phytosanitary issues and treatment. IRRIGATION SYSTEMS Irrigation systems. Irrigation Projects: Material Distribution. Installation characteristics. USE OF SUBSTRATES Knowledge of material. Description of basic substrates. Cultivation systems in the substrate and its surroundings.


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Castelldefels


Landscape Engineering II MAR PÉREZ


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The aim of the course is to give the student the tools to develop a landscape project with the detail and the extent required. The project is an equivalent to a partial professional project and must achieve the level of detail and precision that would be required to be executed. On the other hand the written landscape project documentation will be developed by the whole group. The course also establishes criteria and strategies for the supervision and direction of landscape projects involving various techniques to control quality, quantity and time, as well as a careful preparation of written documentation of the project, understood as a contract. The subject wants to provide the tools and resources necessary to be able to build a landscape project according to the appropriate environmental, mechanical, physical and human requirements in each case. At the end of the class the student will know to recognize and represent the landscape construction.


Gabriela Baca + Juanita Leal


Carla Bonfill + Leila Martinez

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Landscape Engineering III MAR PÉREZ


109

The students will also be able to incorporate the tools that allow construction project to enhance and enrich it while respecting it. Construction is always present under terms of environmental responsibility. It is also aimed to understand the construction project as a design resource Construction will be a tool from the beginning of the Final Master Project. It will allow the student to acquire the ability to develop at least a technological aspect of it. Thus, the student will finish the course with the skill to design a landscape project construction starting as a design tool from the beginning. The student would enrich and enhance a landscape project with the construction and would be able to build it. This is a practical course composed by: A workshop based on the graphic constructive development of a landscape Project of the student Theoretical classes explaining every necessary document to execute a professional landscape project


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Claudia de Sas


Landscape & Ecology ANNA ZAHONERO


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The objective of this subject is to provide the knowledge to understand the structures and spatial processes that relate nature to society at the landscape level. The classes are developed through the main themes of the ecological functioning of the landscape, emphasizing the need to map the environmental functions in order to parameterize the structure and to thus know the materiality of the processes. The basic concepts of landscape ecology and socioecology are developed: -Bases of landscape ecology: tessera, connector, matrix; Ecotone: edge effect; Ecological connectivity; Fragmentation of habitats. -Urban ecology: functionality and metabolism; Green infrastructures and city, ecosystem services of the urban system. Indicators of quality of urban space. -Ecological landscape planning: green infrastructures and territory, ecosystem services of the territorial matrix -Tertiary sector and landscape: sustainable management of traditional uses of the landscape. -Basic concepts of ecological economics


Montserrat Life


Landscape Sciences JORDI IZQUIERDO


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The objective of the subject is for the student to learn to identify plant diversity and describe the morphology of vascular plants and their adaptive responses to the environment. It seeks to recognize and understand the nutritional functions of plants, to identify their physiological responses to environmental variations, to compose and interpret the indexes and climatic diagrams and to calculate the net water needs of plants or vegetation. The subject explains the relationships between the organisms and their environment, it explains the concepts linked to the ecology of populations and describes the interspecific relationships and the functioning of ecosystems and their structure and organization in space and time. VEGETAL BIOLOGY The vegetables. Classification and nomenclature of plants. Vascular plants: morphology and multiplication. Eco plant physiology: water, mineral and hydrocarbon nutrition and plant adaptations. ECOLOGY Ecology - ecosystem - ecologism. Biogeography. Populations. Interactions between species: competition, predation, mutualism and parasitism. Communities: Structure and dynamics


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D11

CUL IÓ C A GET VE

TIV

VEGEGETACIÓ DE RIBERA

AD

A

ÏDA DU RO INT

ETA GEG VE

D14

CIÓ

D13

Mediterrànea meridional

Mediterrani culminal

D3

D10

D5

MUNTA N Y AS ECA

D1

D2

D12

D4

3100 (2900)m

Submediterrani

D15 D16

Vegetació clímax: normal i estable d’un territori Regió artico-alpina

Estatge alpí Estatge subalpí Estatge atlàntic

Regió euro siberiana Estatge medioeuropeu

Joan Batlle

Estatge submediterrani Estatge mediterrani culminal Regió mediterrània

Estatge mediterrània septentrional Estatge mediterrània meridional

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 D8 D9 D10 D11 D12 D13 D14 D15 D16

Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini Domini

climàcic dels pasturatges de festuca supina del bosc de pi negre de l’avetosa de la fageda amb escil·la de la fageda amb hel·lèbor verd del bosc de roure pènol de l’avellanosa amb hepàtica dels boscos naturals de pi silvestre del bosc de roure martinenc del bosc de roure de fulla petita de l’alzinar muntanyenc de l’alzinar amb marfull de la sureda del carrascar de la màquia de garric i arçot de la màquia d’ullastre i margalló


Joan Batlle


Landscape Restoration XAVIER FABREGAS + MANEL COLOMINAS


123

Restauration course is focus on: The establishment of the need for restoration: evaluation of landscape degradation, indicative parameters and possibilities of spontaneous regeneration. Distinction between Restoration, Recovery and Rehabilitation. The introduction of vegetation: selection criteria of species; Techniques. Biodiversity criteria: from the scale of the ecosystem to that of the landscape. Development of criteria for the evaluation of successful restorations. Revegetation techniques. Parameters to consider. Methods of slope stabilization. Bioengineering. Hydroseeding. Case studies: restoration of quarries, public slopes, burned areas, protection of watersheds, dunes and river ecosystems. At the end of the course, the students will work on an exercise in which the initial situation is analyzed and the methodology of restoration and stabilization of some points of the same is proposed.


MARC DE PLANTACIÓ PER A LA RESTAURACIÓN, PROPOSTA

VEGETACIÓN ACTUAL

MARC DE PLANTACIÓ ARBORI BOSC Marc de 25x25 m

Pinus pinea Quercus ilex

vegetació existent

clara

Cobertura de Pinus pinea el 75% amb algun exemplar de Quercux ilex.

Aclarit de la pineda en un 30%

MARC DE PLANTACIÓ PER A LA RESTAURACIÓN, PROPOSTA

ESCALAl’alzina. 1:3500 Actualment els pins han millorat la capacitat d’acollida de l’ambient propici per a l’alzina, que es manifesta per la presència de matoll espontàni que acompanyarà futurment Es poden installar les alzines a l’abric o sota la coberta de pineda en els terrenys profunds de millor qualitat. Aquesta etapa de la restauració té per objecte accelerar la presència de l’alzina al seu pis i per aixó es proposa aclarar la pineda perquè la llum pugui arribar directament a terra. Amb els tractaments silvícoles es tendeix a afavorir la persistència de l’espècie mes exigent, l’alzina, a les àrees més afavorides; mentre VEGETACIÓN POTENCIAL MARC DE PLANTACIÓ ARBUSTIU BOSC Pinus pinea que a les solanes, en les àrees de pitjor sòl i en general en les més mal dotades s’afavoreixen a les espècies més frugals, els pins.

Quercus ilex

PINEDES Marc de 25x25 m DE PI BLANC

AMB SOTABOSC DE BROLLES

LLISTONARS AMB TERÒFITS

GINESTARS DE GINESTA VERA

vegetació existent

BOSCOS MIXTOS D’ALZINA I PINSulmifolius Rubus

Ulex Parviflorus Osyris alba Bupleurum frutiscensens Pistacia lentiscus Rhamnus alaternus Erica multiflora

clar

Cobertura de Rubus ulmifolius del 40% amb Cal l’aclarit del 80% del Rubius i es cobertura 10% de Pistacia lentiscus, y el 5% mantenen lles altres espècies alaternustenen i Erica multiflora Les pinedes de pi blanc estan enquadrades dins el dels hàbitatsRhamnus d’interès comunitari, un sotabosc desenvolupat però amb un excés de ESTAT DE LA VEGETACIÓ ACTUAL

Rubus ulmifolius, es pot observar algun exemplar d’alzina dins de la pineda.

Hi haEls uncultius excésdede ulmifolius amb cobertura al voltant delperò 40% pel que necessari undes aclarit la proporció de les espècies del sotabosc quedi equilibrada. Els tractaments de millora i forla Rubus zona eren generalment de una fruiters com oliveres o cirerers la majoria esserà troben abandonats de fa perquè temps perquè han plantació inicial plantació 10 anys durant el seu desenvolupament, perplantació 25 anys a desenvolupar matolls de les parcel·les. maciócomençat s’han de fer de manera quedins la massa forestal que s’està creant necessiti el menor nombre d’intervencions evitar actuacions que necessitarien una important inversió i encaririen la restauració. El llistonar que es troba dins de la pineda és producte d’un incendi repetit i serà necessari molt temps perquè arribi de nou el nivell de maduresa del bosc. El ginestar s’ha desenvolupat en antics conreus abandonats i està en estat força avançat pel que es podria considerar la possibilitat d’introduir exemplars d’alzina que s’aprofitin de la seva ombra.

SISTEMA DE PLANTACIÓ Marc de 25x25 m S’inicia la vegetació repoblació selectiva d’alzines a l’abric de als la pineda aquells on la seva composició Hi ha ruderal creixent sobre l’antic abocador afores deen la ciutat ambrodals algun exemplar d’alzina entre ells.i estructura proporcionin la protecció necessària per es pugui installar l’alzina. És molt convenient reforçar la protecció que proporciona la pineda mitjançant la installació de tubs protectors que puguin crear, a l’entorn de cada alzina, un efecte hivernacle, que al seu torn reguli les temperatures extremes a l’interior del tub i mantingui la humitat durant més temps. Es podran realitzar tractaments i clares dels pins, per a consolidar l’organització i persistència de l’alzina. Es preveu una mortalitat alta de l’alzina, pel que serà necessari un seguiment i una replantació durant l’etapa intermèdia. L’objectiu és arribar a un cobriment de el 75% amb una predominança de les alzines.

LECCIÓ DEL SISTEMA PER A LA RESTAURACIÓN, PROPOSTA AT PAISATGISTICA EN L’ÁMBITO D’ACTUACIÓ plantació inicial

plantacion 10 anys

plantación 25 anys

NICA DE BIOENGINYERIA, FEIXINES SISTEMA DE PLANTACIÓ La vegetació està formada per un matoll dens, amb un nivell de maduresa mitjà, en el qual estiguin representades les espècies que acompanyen i substitueixen l’alzina i formen el seu seguici. La primera actuècnica escollida al tractament delseltallussos de la riera de isant Climent utilizarà la vegetación com a mitjançant eleacióper serà la de restaurar matoll, densificánt-lo millorant la seva estructura i composició, tractaments de regeneració, repoblació i millora. El creixement lent de l’alzina instal·lada en un matoll ben t principal perdesenvolupat a l’estabilizació i control deles l’erosió. Però en de unasuportar primerauna fasecompetència es reforçarà molt amb intensa. un sistema ocasiona que alzines hagin Tantde sigui per l’aigua, pels recursos del sòl o fins i tot per l’espai vital. amb el matoll establert. nes. fet (poc fa que sigui necessari l’existencia de tractaments pel control del matoll, per reduir així el grau de competència, amb regates selectives, que afavoreixin la persistència de les alzines repoblades. al fons d’unesAquest les rases profundes) a que la presència d’aigua es escassa s’ha optat per la utilizació d’elements estructurals inerts. s,utles feixines es recobriran parcialment elements inerts que composaran feixina en un de primer proporcionaran resistènciaalalsotabosc. talus en front als L’objectiu és arribar alaun cobriment 50 almoment 75% amb un equilibri d’espècies esos erosius i de inestabilitat, però la seva importància com agentes d’estabilizació anirà disminuint progresment al desenvolupar-se la coberta vegetal. de fusta d’uns 50cm aproximadament bre la part superior de les feixines. En BALLS PREVIS: Estat actual, talús d’escollera Estat actual, talús vegetal Formació de rasses

Lidia Carrillo + Alba Guillén

MINACIÓ D’ELEMENTS INESTABLES a, les rases on s’instal·laran les feixines treuran les roques i pedres dels talussos. S’aprofitaran les pedres del talús d’escollera per a disposar-les a les s inferiors de tots els talussos a mode de muret i així es controlarà l’erosibitat dels peus de talús. s de plantes llenyoses amb alta capaciMODELAR I CONTROL D’ESCORRENTIA mes de creixement actives.

apçalera, el peu i les de vores direcció i els extrems les laterales branquesdels i talussos acostumen a presentar perfils escarpats que resulten difícils evegetar i que a la vegada estan més exposats a l’erosió per escorrentia superficial, al desecament i a l’acción iva del vent. aquest motiu, zones a facilitar l’arrelament de la vegetació i suprimir o reducir la egradable. Peraquestes aquest motiu less’arrodoniranper feixines nsitat dels procesos erosius. irregularitats de la superfície del talús provocades per l’erosió seran eliminades per a crear una superfície rablement llisa. s. Col·locació de feixines i estaques

Elimiar irregularitats del terrenys i els elements inestables

EPARACIÓ MECÀNICA DEL es franges de les feixines. LaTERRENY red es ap i al peu del talús es disposarà una escompactarà el sòl per a facilitar camins de drenatge i així incrementar la velocitat d’infiltració a través del sòl. ús (veure esquema lateral). uesta manera es reduirà el volum d’aigua d’escorrentia, es reduirà la densitat del sòl per tal d’augmentar la aàmina capacitat d’emmagarzematge d’aigua antiarrels per a prevenir la com- i també augmentarà la profunditat potencial d’arrelament. etiu serà crear unes condicions adequadas per a que les labors d’implantació puguin realizar-se correctament i gurar uns nivells òptims de germinació i arrelament de la vegetació. preferiblement de palla ja que hi ha LORES EDÀFIQUES cés.

licarà esmenes orgàniques per a incrementar la fertilitat del sustrat i milllor les seves propietats físiques. Els ents conté la matèria orgànica en forma mitjançant una plantació situada a laquímica i s’alliveraran de forma lenta per tant els nivells de fertilitat del susCol·locacio de red de yute i antiarrels es mantindran llarg plaç. longitut de vegetació.aEls monticles mena serà de compost de residus sòlid amb vegetació capaç d’estabilitzar la s urbans o bé de fangs de depuradora ja que són els recursos més onibles, barats i que a la vegada proporcionen bons rendiments.

Conformació de murets als peus dels talussos amb les roques de l’escollera i preparació del terreny


La escollera como tal, actualmente no se encuentra en mal estado, por lo que su sustitución por otra técnica no es necesaria. Lo que si se propone es un trabajo de revegetación, para transformarla en una escollera viva, en la que piedras y vegetación se unen para reforzar el efecto protector ante la erosión. En el márgen izquierdo, encontramos una terraza a medio camino entre la escollera y la ladera de la montaña, en la que aparece una gran variedad de especies arbóreas y arbustivas en un espacio relativamente pequeño, seguramente debido a su pasado como cultivo. También presenta pequeñas terrazas con muros de piedra seca. Dado su interés, se proponen de manera general pequeñas actuaciones para ponerla en valor.

INTERVENCIÓN EN ZONA 2 _ ESCOLLERA _ SECCIÓN Matorral silicícola mediterráneo Pineda Pinus halepensis Terraza Cauce de herbáceas

Estado actual: Escollera de aproximadamente 50 metros de longitud con una pendiente de 30o. Compuesta de grandes bloques de piedra de unos 50 x 50 cm, con separación entre sus juntas, donde crece un Pinus halepensis de considerable tamaño, matas de Rubus y hierbas.

Matas de Rubus Cultivo de frutales privado

Cauce dominado por vegetación herbácea (sobre todo Foeniculum vulgare) y ejemplares de Spartium junceum, con presencia de Arundo donax.

Pinus halepensis Olea europaea Ceratonia siliqua Spartium junceum

Sección actual Árboles ornamentales industria

En la terraza, dominan los Pinus halepensis, y aparecen dos ejemplares de Olea europaea y dos de Ceratonia siliqua. Sotobosque de Juniperus oxycedrus, Asparragus acutifolius, Phyllirea latifolia, Rhamnus alaternus, y otras especies típicas mediterráneas así como Agave americana y Arundo donax. Laderas de pino blanco con sotobosque de matorral silicícola mediterráneo.

Propuesta: Conservación de la escollera, eliminando una pieza de la zona superior para favorecer la plantación de un nuevo ejemplar de Pinus halepensis. Se plantea la rotura controlada de las piedras que actualmente se encuentran alrededor del cuello del pino existente para permitir su futuro crecimiento a largo plazo. Sustitución del matorral de Rubus entre las juntas, por especies arbustivas mediterráneas. De mayor porte, que ayudan a fijar de manera más efectiva el terreno, Spartium junceum y Erica arborea en la zona inferior de la escollera. En la zona superior, especies de porte menor como Cistus salviiflorus, Cistus albidus y Erica multiflora. Una vez implantadas, siembra de mezcla de semillas de especies herbáceas que ocupen los espacios entre las rocas. Se eliminan las grandes masas de Arundo en el interior del cauce. En la terraza, también se eliminan los agaves, y los ejemplares arbustivos con el objetivo de generar un espacio menos denso y dar respiro a los ejemplares arbóreos existentes.

INTERVENCIÓN EN ZONA 1 _ TALUD VERTICAL Detalle seccion propuesta

La actuación que se llevará a cabo en el talud vertical, será un cambio de topografía para reducir su pendiente desde los 60o hasta los 40o, permitiendo así su revegetación y disminuyendo el efecto erosivo del agua en puntuales Sección propuesta avenidas. Para reforzar su estabilidad, se propone el empleo de una manta orgánica de fibra de coco, que a la vez funcionará como un acolchado protegiendo el suelo del la incidencia directa de los rayos solares y manteniendo una cierta humedad que favorezca la implantación de la vegetación propuesta. Esta vegetación, será principalmente herbácea, de acuerdo a la que encontramos en los taludes cercanos de pendiente similiar, así como en la pradera superior y el cauce inferior con los que limita el talud. Puntualmente, aparecerán especies arbustivas de pequeño porte, que fijen de una manera más efectiva el terreno con sus raíces más profundas.

Escollera Tierra vegetal Especies de revegetación

1. PREPARACIÓN DEL TERRENO: Eliminación de una pieza de escollera y apertura de las rocas que estrangulan el tronco del pino existente. 2. PLANTACIÓN de nuevo ejemplar de pino y especies arbustivas. 3. SIEMBRA de mezcla de semillas de herbáceas mediterráneas.

Sección actual

Pradera

de anuales y vivaces

Masas de Arundo donax Cauce de herbáceas Quercus ilex

Estado actual: Talud de aproximadamente 55 metros de longitud, con una pendiente superior a 60o,. que en algunos puntos es tan vertical que impide el desarrollo de cualquier tipo de vegetación.

Ulmus sp

Herbáceas anuales y vivaces dominan la pradera superior y el cauce inferior al talud.

Arboles frutales

Árboles de gran porte: Encina, olmos y algarrobo.

Ceratonia siliqua

Ejemplares dispersos de arbustos de diferentes especies.

Spartium junceum

Manchas de Arundo donax.

Propuesta: Talud de idéntica longitud, con una pendiente reducida a 40o, cubierto por una manta orgánica de fibra de coco. Revegetado con ejemplares arbustivos esporádicos, y sembrado con una mezcla de semillas de especies herbáceas anuales y vivaces. Se evita el uso de ejemplares arbóreos para mantener el carácter monumental de la encina, olmos y algarrobo ya existentes, y la sensación de paisaje agrícola abierto. Se eliminan las grandes masas de Arundo de las praderas limítrofes al cauce mediante extracción de rizomas durante el rebrote primaveral e inmediata siembra posterior de la mezcla de semillas de herbáceas mediterráneas que dificulten su reaparición. Se deberá repetir la actuación durante varias temporadas hasta su completa desaparición. Las masas de Arundo del interior del cauce se respetan para mantener su función de fijación del lecho del cauce, pero se controla su posible expansión.

Sección propuesta

Diferentes sp. arbustivas

Detalle seccion propuesta

Relleno zanja de anclaje 25x25 cm

1. PREPARACIÓN DEL TERRENO: cambio de pendiente hasta 40o. Eliminación de piedras y raíces. 2. PREPARACIÓN DE ANCLAJE: Excavación de zanjas de anclaje en las zonas superior e inferior

Victor Adorno + Melanie Theodosopoulou

INTERVENCIÓN EN ZONA 1 _ TALUD VERTICAL _ SECCIÓN


Hydrology MARINA CERVERA + JOSEP MERCADÉ


127

The aim of the course is the recognition of the dynamics, forms and processes that affect the infrastructure of green open spaces, of the intermediate mosaics and of the strictly urban environment, from a civil engineering and environment approach. GEOLOGY: Geologic materials, rocks and soil structure and processes Landscape GEOMORPHOLOGY to geological risks: Dynamics, forms and processes Interpretation of geological maps and profiles Surface and underground HYDROLOGY Free flow, rainfall-runoff-spread, groundwater flow Fluvial morphology, notions of fluvial hydraulics and restoration of river ecosystems The natural treatment of water in the context of environmental engineering The project of alternative systems of drainage Environmental burden and protection works in the context of port engineering The longitudinal and transverse transport within the framework of coastal dynamics and coastal engineering Landscape Engineering in a project and processes of planning and landscape management


Begoña Castañon + Carla Bonfill + Gabriela Baca


Análisis de la Cuenca del Río Carmen / Boo

TOPOGRAFÍA:

Industrias FerroAtlantica

Sierra

Colinas bajas

Valle

Rió Carmen/Boó

Canalización

Bosques Autopista

Colinas Bajas Micedo

GEOLOGÍA: Cuenca Alta:

Bahía de Santander

Centro urbano de Camargo

Canteras

Marismas Blancas Marismas Negras

Puertos y astilleros

DINÁMICA HIDROLÓGICA Y COSTERA: Cuenca Media:

Cuenca Baja:

ANDRES FELIPE TRUJILLO HIDROLOGÍA MASTER DE PAISAJISMO ETSAB / UPC

Andrés Trujillo

Cuenca Alta: Zona montañosa escarpada, con formaciones del periodo cretáceo compuesta por piedra caliza, formaciones piedemontanas de limolitas, lulitas carbonosas. Cuenca Media: Valles sedimentarios del cuaternario (holoceno) donde se presentan formaciones propias por los procesos de erosión, y transporte de sedimentos por ríos (arcillas , limos y cantos rodados) Cuenca Baja: formaciones en su mayoría recientes (holoceno) fruto de las dinámicas de rellenos y terrenos ganados al mar.


Expression of Landscape LUIS MALDONADO


131

The course adapts drawing, or graphic expression in a broader sense, of the students beginning their studies in the subject, to the specific needs of Landscape Architecture as a language and as a tool for development, research and communication. The course introduces students to the history, techniques, uses and conventions of hand and digital drawing in professional practice through a series of short theoretical classes, exercises and readings. It begins with freehand drawing of the landscape elements - with simple, monochrome techniques and without possibility of turning back -. Then, more complex strategies and representation techniques are introduced to start working on simple temporal factors such as light and growth and, later on, on the expression of the landscape as a dynamic process The first objective of the subject is to provide the student with daily practice and experimentation of most techniques and types of graphic expression, so that he can acquire the habit and the necessary skill for his later use in recognizing, understanding and expressing the environment and for research, development and presentation of its proposals.


Laura Jabbour


Cabannis


Joan SuĂąe

Peter Grant


Carmen Guerrero


Landscape Design Analysis LUIS MALDONADO + MANEL COLOMINAS


137

The subject of the course deals with the study and practice of drawing and graphical representation as an instrument of development and representation of the landscape project, research and discussion for the discipline Visits to build designs enable to develop a critical approach to design basic arguments and ideas, to their carrying out and social reception. The course is structured by the workshop and study of ancient, modern and contemporary projects of local and international landscape, using graphic exercises of increasing scale, duration and difficulty. On the basis of specific authors or periods the course tries to examine the diversity of techniques and modes of representation and their implications in the way of thinking and planning. It also addresses the need to incorporate time and processes (or landscape dynamics) to our representations. The conceptual relationship with analysis is understood as a tool for the discipline Throughout the course, students will learn to express the design process and extract information from it. To draw or to work with images is to think by doing.


Giovanna Bartoleschi


Marie Montocchio


Marie Montocchio


Lidia Carrillo


Professional Practice LUIS MALDONADO


145

Before completing the Master’s studies all students must justify a minimum of 180 hours of internship. For the student, the objective is to know the professional environment through tutored practices in professional studies, companies or institutions to complement the training received through the exercise of professional activities that require the practical application of the knowledge and skills acquired in the studies. From the institutional point of view the objective of the subject is to establish links of collaboration between the university and its professional environment and of knowledge or investigation. Since it is a subject to be developed outside the school, the monitoring and counseling of the students is done mainly under a tutoring regime. Co-mentary (or student-care) sessions are planned at the beginning and end of the semester’s tuition period and individual tutoring sessions throughout the stay schedule.


OFFICIAL MASTER of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia UPC LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MASTER organized by the School of Architecture of Barcelona In collaboration with the ESAB-School of Agriculture of Barcelona

• 2011•

• 2016•

• 2013•

• 2018 •

Integrated in the EUROPEA association of MASTERS IN ARCHITECTURE OF THE LANDSCAPE_ EMILA Which offers our students the possibility to study two semesters of 2 of the 5 partner schools: Amsterdam University of the Arts (AUA) The Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA) Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH) Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Paysage Versailles / Marseille (ENSP)

• 2020•

PROFESSIONAL Master’s Degree, which has an agreement with various public entities that promotes practices in public and private offices of recognized prestige and which has the recognition of the EUROPEANFEDERATION OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS

• 2017•

Organized in 4 semesters for 2 YEARS, open to program adpatation.

• 2015•

CAST/CAT/ENG

• 2022•

• 2019•

120 ECTS • 2024•

+ PhD

The second and thirds semester would take place in ENGLISH. Linked to the research line in LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE of the Department of Town Planning and Territorial Planning DUOT-UPC, which allows our students to develop their DOCTORAL THESIS as an extension of MASTER studies


Lennart Fischer

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