The landscape surface is richly complicated with notions of process, transformation, texture, and pattern. Abstract smoothness is a fleeting moment in the landscape project. Once a surface becomes exposed to the parameters of inhabitation, vegetation, and environment, roughness overtakes. This course will explore the generation of form as it relates to the surfaces and processes of landscape. Moving between prescriptive and plastic methodologies, intuition and logic, students will develop a series of three-dimensional analogous terrains. Through these studies we will explore the representational boundaries and techniques of physical and digital space.