The course is designed to educate the attendee on the historical significance and design choices made specifically for these spaces. It discusses how the space is used by both residents of the local area and tourists alike. By physically walking the space, the attendees are able to relate their usage to that of other visitors to fully assess their wants and needs. This course uses a historical context to define the original goals and objectives of the designers who were first tasked with creating the space. By relating the history of the space to the current time period, the attendees are able to gather ideas on how to create a design geared towards modern needs without sacrificing the history behind the original desire for the space. The course asks the question: how do these historically educational spaces affect the knowledge and health of the visitors? The tour then offers methods landscape architects can employ to design and implement streetscape and park-like design to improve older, more traditionally designed, spaces for the modern era. A portion of the course is directed towards residential landscape architects by educating on traditional garden design to be contrasted with more modern work they may employ at their firms. It will conclude with some time for Q&A at the end.
Accessibility / ADA
Campus Planning & Design
Horticulture / Plants
Urban Planning & Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
-Develop an understanding of historical street and campus design motifs in Annapolis, MD and the Naval Academy
-Discuss the different demographics affected by new design in this specific locale
-Understand how specific design can affect uses of the space
-Compare and contrast the wants and needs of citizens versus college students
-Gather design ideas for commercial and residential design to be replicated on projects in similar locations around the country.
Fredrick Taylor. Annapolis town Crier and tour guide with Watermark Journey. He is not affiliated with Victor Stanley, Inc.
Victor Stanley, Inc.