This course explores new methods to conceive, create, and represent landscape through the 3D modeling software Rhinoceros. Investigations during the course commence with visions of landscape surfaces and their manipulation. Further exploration covers objects, buildings, structures, follies, and architecture that inhabit this landscape. Throughout these studies, students revisit and reconceive the relations between their landscape strategies, the things that inhabit them, and how to represent them.


Jeremy Jarin

Final Model

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Rhino Park Design

Student: Christina Eldredge

Design of a fictitious park and its elements using Rhino 3D modeling.

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City Center Park

Student: Jacqueline Wee

An imaginary city center park modeled in Rhino.

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