Tectonics of the Landscape
LANDSCAPE AS TECTONICS The landscape not as a nature but as an act of human transformation continues on natural processes and spaces on different scales. The landscape as a human fabric is both a program of overlapping constructions of collective use and a place designed and conceived. Three are the main tectonic pillars of the landscape: soil, water and vegetation. A sequence of lessons on these topics and the accompanying analysis of the specific case study of each group on the chosen topic are the tools to understand how the landscape is architecture.