This project covers the methodology and process of landscape architectural design with emphasis on incorporating Function-based Habitat Design into conventional design processes. The Tshwane urban realm is characterised by the lack of wildlife habitat and serves as backdrop for the new design process demonstration. This new process aims to generate habitat for both humans and the natural ecology through a principled urban framework and ecological design. It creates the opportunity to enhance biodiversity throughout the city through interference on precinct, site and detailed level.
Dissertation (ML (Prof))--University of Pretoria, 2005.