A Landscape Architecture course on engineering irrigation systems - pipes, heads, automatic valves, vacuum breakers, water meters, stop, waste, and drains.

This workshop introduced ways to deliver a specific amount of water to a specific landscape zone or feature through the engineering, drawing, costing, and part specifications of a residential irrigation system.

It did not cover water conservation strategies like shading, composting, and plant material selections.

Role: Undergraduate Student

Course: LA 408 - Irrigation Workshop

Setting: University of Oregon

Location: Eugene, Oregon

Year: 1978

Media: Pencil and Rapidograph on Clearprint paper