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UNIVERSITY OF PUNE COURSE STRUCTURE AND SYLLABUS FOR

MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE M.ARCH (Landscape Architecture) Effective from

JUNE 2008

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARCHITECTURE

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SYLLABUS OF MASTER’S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE M. ARCH. (Landscape Architecture)

Preamble From the traditional role that a landscape architect had to fulfill as a designer of gardens, the profession today invites the landscape architect to comment on and modify space, bringing to it his understanding of the natural factors of the place, culture, history. This complex process demands understanding of its history , societal processes and then design after understanding the future aspirations of the place student through out his / her academic career and on the personal interview. Rather than following western models, the landscape architecture in India today needs to evolve its own philosophy by taking inspirations from the Indian past The role of the Landscape architect with time is constantly modified and redefined with the changing scenario in the profession and arising complex ecological and environmental issues. This course therefore focuses on – 1 Developing our own philosophy of landscape design by drawing upon Indian references to create Indian contemporary Landscapes. 2 Effectively design contemporary landscapes and resolve environmental issues and ecological issues . Developing attitudes and concerns to create efficient and sustainable living environments and meaningfully contribute to the society by handling various scale of landscape projects.

PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE The provision of infrastructure for Master’s Course shall be done as per the guide lines laid down by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi, in respect of intake of students, class rooms, studios, laboratories, seminar rooms, library facilities, students amenities and all the appurtenant requirements to carry out teaching activity effectively. APPOINTMENT OF TEACHING AND SUPPORTING STAFF The appointment of teaching staff shall be done as per the norms laid down by C.O.A. New Delhi and other statutory bodies as applicable

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RULES OF COURSE STRUCTURE FOR MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE. M.ARCH. ( Landscape Architecture )

RULES OF COURSE STRUCTURE FOR MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE. M.ARCH. ( Landscape Architecture) RULE NO. 1 : ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

A student seeking admission to Master of Architecture Course must have secured minimum 50% marks in aggregate in a Bachelor of Architecture degree course or equivalent courses recognized by the apex body with / without valid GATE score. The students with valid GATE score shall be given preference and the students without GATE score shall be considered subject to the vacancy. RULE NO. 2 : SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT:

A candidate to be eligible for the Masters Degree in Architecture will be required to appear for and pass examinations as under 1. First Year M. Arch: 2. Second Year M. Arch. :

SEM I AND SEM II SEM II AND SEM IV

University will declare combined result of • SEM I + SEM II at the end of First Year and • SEM III + SEM IV at the end of Second Year RULE NO. 3 : GRANTING OF TERM

Academic year will consist of TWO SEMESTERS of 90 teaching days each. Sessional work/ assignments prepared by the students shall be continuously assessed by the Internal Teacher throughout the semester. The candidate will be permitted to appear for the examinations at the end of each semester only if he/she keeps term at a college affiliated to the university and produces testimonials from the Principal for 1. 75% attendance in each head of passing of Theory and /or Sessional work as prescribed by the University. 2. Satisfactory completion of the Sessional Work prescribed for each subject and secured at least 50 % marks in the Internal Assessment for the same. 3. Good conduct. RULE NO.4 : EXAMINATIONS

At each examinations Theory Paper Sessional and Sessional and viva – voce based on Sessional Work, as prescribed in the syllabus for the Examination at the end of each semester, shall constitute separate heads of passing. RULE NO. 5 : SESSIONAL WORK ASSESSMENT:

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a) b) c) d)

In respect of Sessional work in First , Second, Third and Fourth semesters, target date shall be fixed for the completion of each assignment. All assignments shall be continuously assessed by the Internal Teacher during each semester. For the Fist, Second, and Third Semester examinations, Sessional and Viva assessment will be done by an External Examiner, who is external to the college i.e. teacher from college other than one, whose students are being examined. For Fourth Semeter examination, external assessment shall be carried out by a professional not teaching in any of the Colleges under University of Pune. An examiner for any of the subjects of examination shall have a minimum of 5 years of teaching/professional experience in his/her specific field of study.

RULE NO. 6: PRE REQUISITES AND RULES OF A.T.K.T. FOR ADMISSION TO HIGHER CLASSES

This course has been considered as an integrated on and students will be allowed to take admission to second, third and fourth semesters irrespective of number of subjects in which they are failing. RULE NO. 7 : CRITERIA FOR PASSING

To pass the First and Second Year Examination, a candidate must obtain minimum 50 % marks in each paper, 50% in Sessional/Viva voce and 50% in aggregate. RULE NO. 8 : GRADING SYSTEM THE CLASS FOR THE DEGREE SHALL BE AWARDED TO THE STUDENT ON THE AGGREGATE MARKS OBTAINED BY HIM IN FIRST AND SECOND YEAR TAKEN TOGETHER.

The award of class shall be as follows. a) Aggregate 66% or more: First Class with Distinction. b) Aggregate 60% or more but less than 66% marks: First Class c) Aggregate 55% or more but less than 60% marks: Higher Second Class d) Aggregate 50% or more but less than 55% marks: Second Class RULE NO. 9 : EXEMPTIONS AND SUPPLEMENTARY EXAMINATION

In case a candidate fails and desires to appear again, a) He/she will be exempted from appearing in the head/s of passing in which he/she has passed b) A candidate will have to appear for the examination of backlog subjects along with the examination of current semester. RULE NO. 10 : OTHER RULES:

University/ affiliated colleges may frame additional rules and regulations or modify these regulations if required, and once approved by the University, they would be binding on the students.

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Name of Course : Master of Architecture (M. Arch) LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Course Structure First Year M. Arch (LA) Semester – I Sub Code

613301 613302 613303 613304 613305

613306

Teaching Scheme (Lecture Periods of 45 min each) Lecture Studio/Seminar Total /Lab

Examination Scheme Paper

Sessional

Natural Sciences Landscape Technology I Theory of Landscape Architecture I Plants and Design * Elective- I 1.Landscape materials 2.Landscape Irrigation 3.Landscape Lighting 4.Landscape architecture and Allied Arts

3

1

4

75

Int. 25

2

2

4

75

2

2

4

1

3

4

1

3

4

Landscape Design Studio I

2

8

10

11

19

30

Subject

Total Marks

Credits

Ext -

Oral / VivaVoce Int Ext -

100

2

25

-

-

-

100

2

75

25

-

-

-

100

2

-

50

50

-

-

100

2

100

-

-

-

100

2

-

100

100

25

25

250

5

225

475

750

15

50

* The Institute has freedom to offer any listed or additional subjects based on availability of experts

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Semester II Sub Code

613307 613308 613309 613310

613311 613312

Subject

Landscape Technology II Theory of Landscape Architecture II Landscape Professional Practice * Elective-II 1. Ecology and Ecosystem Analysis Indigenous plants 2.Critical Appraisal – Contemporary Landscapes 3.Landscape and Urbanism 4.Landscape architecture and Allied Arts Regional Landscape Planning Landscape Design Studio II

Total

Credits

Ext -

VivaVoce Int Ext -

100

2

25

-

-

-

100

2

-

50

50

-

-

100

2

4

-

100

-

-

-

100

2

3

4

-

50

50

-

-

100

2

2

8

10

-

100

100

25

25

250

5

9

21

30

150

550

750

15

Teaching Scheme (Lecture Periods of 45 min each) Lecture Studio/Seminar Total /Lab

Examination Scheme Paper

Sessional

2

2

4

75

Int. 25

2

2

4

75

1

3

4

1

3

1

50

* The Institute has freedom to offer listed or additional subjects based on availability of experts

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Semester III Sub Code

713301 713302

713303 713304 713305

713306

Subject

Landscape Conservation Environmental Legislation and Economics Landscape Management Research Paper * Elective-III 1.Land Information Systems and Computer Applications 2.Natural Resource Management 3.Energy Efficient landscapes 4.Landscape Computer Graphics Landscape Design Studio III

Total

Credit

Ext -

Oral / VivaVoce Int Ext -

100

2

25

-

-

-

100

2

-

50

50

-

-

100

2

4

-

50

50

-

-

100

2

3

4

-

100

-

-

-

100

2

2

8

10

-

100

100

25

25

250

5

12

18

30

150

550

750

15

Teaching Scheme (Lecture Periods of 45 min each) Total Lecture Studio/Seminar / Lab

Examination Scheme Paper

Sessional

2

2

4

75

Int. 25

3

1

4

75

3

1

4

1

3

1

50

* The Institute has freedom to offer listed or additional subjects based on availability of experts

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Semester IV Sub Code

Subject

Teaching Scheme (Lecture Periods of 45 min each) Lecture Studio/Seminar Total /Lab

Examination Scheme Paper

Sessional

713307

Dissertation

2

24

26

-

Int. 300

Ext 300

Oral / Viva-Voce Int Ext 25 25

713308

*Professional Training

-

4

4

-

30

30

20

2

28

30

-

660

90

20

Total

Credits

650

13

100

2

750

15

* Professional training to be conducted 6 weeks full time / 12 weeks part time with concerned office at any time during the semester as decided by the institution offering the course

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :I

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Teaching Scheme Lecture Periods Seminar / Lab / Studio Periods Total Contact Periods/Week

Natural Sciences Examination Scheme 3 Paper 1 Sessional (Internal) Sessional (External) 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Total Marks Credits

Marks 75 25 100 2

Objective o o

This subject will cover Botany, plant systematics, geology and soil sciences and hydrology and Microclimate. It also deals with Man - Environment relationship.

Course contents I. Botany, Plant systematics – Study of plants, their morphology, physiology, anatomy and taxonomy, principles of classification, diversity of form , understanding of plants as living materials, their growth, plant processes like photosynthesis and respiration with relation to the functioning of the plants in different situations, importance of water, mineral nutrition, photosynthesis, role of growth regulators,herbicides and growth retardants. Studying plant communities at a regional scale, understanding of regional distribution of plants. Flora of India study. Understanding horticulture practices i.e plant propagation, soil preparation and planting methods. Review of Botanical Gardens II. Geology ,Geomorphology and Soil Sciences -Understanding earth in space, Matter and minerals, various types and qualities of rock and their formations, crystal deformation and mountain building, glacier, mass movement, earthquakes, and wind. Early history of earth, origin of life and fossils, evolution of various periods/ages, soil formation processes, classification of soils and their properties, Field mapping of soils, degraded soils and problem soils. Survey of Indian Soil types. III. Hydrology– Hydrology cycle and sources of surface water, running water and underground water, , types of flow ,Occurrence and movement of ground water, water bearing properties of geological formations, artesian conditions, development of Karat topography, Saltwater intrusions, Characteristics and management of drainage basins. Ground water management, sources of ground water pollution and control. IV. Climatology - Composition of atmosphere, elements of weather and understanding various biomes and detailed understanding of climate and Microclimate and its components. Microclimatic controls. Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a handwritten journal and site visit report and tutorials covering all the topics mentioned above with suitable examples , sketches and supportive material. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally with weightage of 25 marks Theory examination based on the aforesaid course line will be conducted for 75 marks

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Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Manual Of Tropical Housing And Climate By Koenisberger Environmental Science, Earth As A Living Planet, Second Edition By University Of California, Santa Barbara. Principles Of Physical Geology By Arthur Holmes Structural Geology By M R Billings Geology Of India And Burma By M S Krishnan Indian Geology By Valdhiya

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :I

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Landscape Technology I Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 2 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 75 25 100 2

Objective Understanding the tools and techniques to shape the existing land in the form of intended design. Course contents I. Understanding of the technical requirements of several aspects of the landscape designers work. II. Study and inspect several engineering topics such as contours and grading, cut and fill methods, storm water runoff systems , erosion control methods, grading terraces, road alignment basics. III. Grading of various areas like sports fields. Subsurface water drainage methods IV. Earthwork computations. V. Definition of watershed areas, calculation of surface runoff and design of swales for drainage of surface water. Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a journal covering all the topics mentioned above with suitable examples , sketches and supportive material. Students will work on atleast one project taken up in the design studios and work on landscape engineering and details of the project relating to all the above mentioned topics in the form of sheets and /or report. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally with weightage of 25marks. Theory examination based on the aforesaid courseline will be conducted for 75 marks Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Landscape Architecture Journal Gardeners World Journal Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series Bartrum Douglas: Rock Garden. John Gifford Ltd., London Perkins Philip H: Concrete Floors Finishes Text By David Stevens: Ultimate Water Garden Book Littlewood Michael: Tree Detailing. London. Butterworth Architecture, 1988.

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8. 9.

Littlewood Michael: Landscape Detailing Vol.1 Enclosure Hazlett Thomas C: Land Form Designs. P D A Publication

First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :I

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Teaching Scheme

Theory of Landscape Architecture I Examination Marks Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper 75 Seminar / Lab / Studio 2 Sessional (Internal) 25 Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 Objective o o o

This subject uses instances from world landscape history . Development of landscape through understanding of the natural and cultural factors of the place in spatial and temporal framework. Establish a relation to allied design and art forms which served as inspiration to the work of a landscape architect. This semester deals with the Oriental, Western and Central history till the 19th Century.

Course contents I. Studying various landscapes and garden designs from history in conjunction with the societal processes and corresponding design evolution. II. The Indian Context – Understanding attitudes to open space design in India, ancient horticultural practices , various influences in landscape and garden design like that of Mughal, British colonial and the Portuguese. Sessional Work Seminar presentations will be done on related topics and covered in detail and will be submitted in the form of report. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally with weightage of 25 marks. Theory examination based on the aforesaid courseline for this subject will be conducted together for 75 marks. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Ed By Mosser Monique Teysot Georges:History Of Garden Design. Thames & Hudson Geofery & Susan Jellicse: The Landscape Of man. Hunt John Dixon: Gardens And The Picturesque. The Mit Press London Itoh Teiji: Kyoto Gardens Seasonal Images In Moss & Stone. Mitsumura Suiko Shoin Co.Ltd.,,Japan Ed. Moorhead Stever: Landscape Architecture. London. Rockport, 1997. Kaiser Harvey H: Landmarks In The Landscape Historic Architecture

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7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

National Parks. Chronicle Books San Francisco, Landscapes In History: Design And Planning In The Western Tradition, Pregill, Phillip And Volkman, Nancy, Van Nostrand, Reinhold, Ny History Of Landscape Architecture: The Relation Of People To Environment, Tobey, George, Elsevier And Co. Ny Tsu Frances Ya Sing: Landscape Design In Chinese Garden. Mcgraw Hill Book, Newyork, Pincas Stephane: Versailles : The History Of The Gardens & Their. Thames & Hudson Ltd.,London Gardens Of Paradise By John Brookes Garden Of Mughals By Sylvia Crowe The Quest For Paradise ‘A History Of World Gardens’ By Ronald King Plant Myths And Tradition In India By Shakti M Gupta Mughal Gardens By Elizabeth Moynlian Architecture And Landscape : The Design Experiment Of The Great European Gardens And Landscapes, Birkhauser,Thoth Publishers, The Netherlands,2003

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :I

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Plants and Design Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 1 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 50 50 100 2

Objective Planting design at various scales through proper understanding of the role of plant material in improvement of the environment visually and physically. This is supported by site visits, assignment and design exercises. Course contents I

Natural Design characteristics of Plant Materials and factors influencing choice of plant material for specific design applications

II Plant selection from ecological, aesthetic, symbolic, functional point of view. III Planting for urban and rural roads, parks and open spaces, internal courtyards etc. IV Planting for wild life, land rehabilitation, plants growing in and around water bodies. V Bio-aesthetic planting Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a journal covering all the topics mentioned above with suitable examples , sketches and supportive material. Sessional Assessment The sessional work along with external jury as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 50 marks each for sessional work and a consolidated list of both will be submitted to the university. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Randhawa M S: Flowering Trees. National Book Trust, New Delhi, Santapau H: Common Trees. India The Land And The People Mukherjee Pippa: Nature Guides, Common Trees Of India. Worldwide Fund For Nature, India, Virginie & Elbert George A: Foliage Plants For Decorating Indoors. Timber Press, Cloustan Brian: Landscape Design With Plants Ed.2.Heinemann Newnes Oxford,

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6. 7. 8.

Planting In Paved Area By Timothy Cochrane Cloustan Brian: Landscape Design With Plants Ed.2.Heinemann Newnes Oxford, Tree Planting By Brenda Colvin

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :I

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Elective I Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 1 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 100 100 2

Objective Detailed study of Contemporary trends in Landscape Design components and techniques in any one of the following heads. Course contents 1. Landscape Materials 2. Landscape Irrigation 3. Landscape Lighting 4. Landscape architecture and Allied Arts Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of individual indepth study of a topic related to any one of the subject or any other additional subject based on availability of experts which is presented in the form of presentation and a written report of the same. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 100 marks. Reference books 1. 2. 3.

Between Landscape Architecture And Landscape Art . Weilacher Udo , Basel: Birkhauser, Verleg Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series American Standards of Landscape Architecture

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :I

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Landscape Design Studio I Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 8 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 10 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 100 100 50 250 5

Objective o o

Studio work deals with understanding and / or resolving of basic landscape design issues and elements through study of existing landscapes. Studying elements of landscape design

Course contents Projects dealing with simple function areas of smaller scale such as childrens play area, parking areas, small plaza and similar urban situations. Indepth Site Analysis and Site Planning. Sessional Work Students will work on analytical and design projects of simple function area of smaller scale and produce the work in the form of sheets and a report. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 100 marks for sessional work along with external jury of equal weightage of 25 marks each for Viva – voce. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series Simonds John O: Landscape Architecture Ed.2nd. Mcgraw Hill Inc, New York Morrow Baker H: A Dictionary Of Landscape Architect. University Of New Mexico Press,Albu, Introduction To Landscape Architecture By Laurie Michel, Elsevier Science Publishing Company, Ny Landscape : Pattern Perception And Processes, Bell Simon, E And Fn Spon, London Image Of The City , Kevin Lynch, Mit Press, London Hazlett Thomas C: Land Form Designs. P D A Publication, Cerver Francisco A: Landscape Architecture The World. Atrium International, Cerver Francisco A: World Of Landscape Architects:World Of Environmental Design. Cever Francisco A: Elements Of Landscape ,World Of Environment. Printed In Spain Reid Grant W: Landscape Graphics. 1987 Studies In Landscape Design By Geoffrey Jellicoe The Experience Of Landscape By Jay Appleton A Dictionary Of Landscape Architecture, Baker H Marrow, Asla

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :II

Subject Code : Name of Subject:

Landscape Technology and Landscape Construction II Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 2 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Advanced Marks 75 25 100 2

Objective o

This subject deals with current practices in landscape engineering for various specialized areas like highways, parkways, disturbed landscapes like quarries, degraded wastelands, overexploited waterfronts etc , roof landscapes etc .

Course contents I. Detailing for the above mentioned topics in terms of construction techniques and landscape services. Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a manual/handwritten journal covering all the topics mentioned above with suitable examples, sketches and supportive material. Students will work on atleast one project taken up in the design studios and work on landscape engineering and details of the project and submit the work in the form of sheets and a report. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 25 marks. Theory examination based on the aforesaid courseline for this subject will be conducted for 75 marks. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Landscape Architecture Journal Gardeners World Journal Aurand C Douglas: Fountains And Pools. P D A Pub. Co., Arizona, Bartrum Douglas: Rock Garden. John Gifford Ltd., London Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series 6. Woodhouse Ursula: A Practical Guide To Paving Pools P. Murdoch Books Sydney 7. Bartrum Douglas: Rock Garden. John Gifford Ltd.,London 8. Perkins Philip H: Concrete Floors Finishes 9. Text By David Stevens: Ultimate Water Garden Book 10. Noel: Urban Street Furniture Design.

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :II

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Theory of Landscape Architecture II Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 2 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks

Marks 75 25 100

Objective This semester deals with contemporary landscapes and how environmental issues and ecological issues have been resolved. Course contents I

Theories and Landscape design: Habitat theory, personal space, Prospect –refuge theory. Perception, Behaviour , Landscape Assessment.

II Introduction to Art in Landscape III Introduction to contemporary trends in designed landscapes all over the world. Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a journal covering all the topics mentioned above with suitable examples, sketches and supportive material. Site visits and study of existing contemporary landscapes to be done and submitted in the form of individual report. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 25 marks Theory examination based on the aforesaid courseline for this subject will be conducted together for 75 marks. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Mastaedi Arain: Landscape Design Today. Spain. Carles Broto & Josey Maria, Building And Landscape ,Andersson, Sven Ingvar, Kobenhavn K , Danish Academy Schaal Hans Dieter: New Landscape Architecture. Ernst & Sohn, Topos, Landscape Journal, Basel, Munchen And Birkhauser Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series Preserving Modern Landscape Architecture, Papers From The Wave Hill, National Park Service Conference Landscape Transformed, Academy Editins, 1996

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :II

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Landscape Professional Practice Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 1 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks

Marks 50 50 100

Objective To learn all the techniques to make the drawing / design executable. Course contents I. Professional practice – Ethics ,code of conduct and liabilities as a landscape architects, contracts and tenders, execution procedures. Professional fees. Role of various bodies and organizations like COA, IIA, ISOLA etc. II. Landscape working drawings with proper annotations and legends and understanding the universal vocabulary for this subject. III. Landscape detailing IV. Landscape specification writing V. Costing and estimation VI. Contracts and Tenders Sessional Work Journal covering all the above topics and Working drawings of any project done in current or previous semester submitted in the form of sheets .This will include specification writing and costing and estimation of the same. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 50 marks each and a consolidated list of both will be submitted to the university. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series Estimating Costing And Valuation, Singha Gurucharan ,Singh Jagdish ,Standard Pub. Dis,Delhi Civil Engineering ,Contracts And Estimates ,Patil B S ,Orient Longman, Calcutta Estimating And Costing In Civil Engineering, Theory And Practice,Dutta B N ,Ubs Pub. Dis. Ltd, New Delhi Estimating And Costing ,Rangwala S C And Rangwala K S And Rangwala Kk, Charotar Pub. House, Anand, India Construction Cost Engineering Handbook, Parascu Anghel, Marcel Deker Inc, New York Building Drawing, Shah M G And Kale C M ,Patki S Y ,Tata Mcgraw Hills Ltd, New Delhi Building Drawing With An Integrated Approach To Built Environment, Shah Mg, Kale C M ,Patki S Y ,Tata Mcgraw Hill Pub. Co. Ltd, New Delhi

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :II

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Elective II Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 1 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 100 100 2

Objective Detailed study of theories and practices in any one of the following Course contents 1.Ecology and Ecosystem Analysis 2.Indigenous Plants 3.Critical Appraisal-Contemporary Landscapes 4.Landscape and Urbanism Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of individual indepth study of a topic related to any one of the subject or any other additional subject based on availability of experts which is presented in the form of presentation and a written report of the same. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 100 marks. Reference books

Manual Of Tropical Housing And Climate By Koenisberger Climate Responsive Architecture By Krishnan Environmental Science –Earth As A Living Planet Second Ed. University Of California, Santa Barbara Cerver Francisco A: Landscape Architecture The World. Atrium International, Cerver Francisco A: World Of Landscape Architects:World Of Environmental Design. Cever Francisco A: Elements Of Landscape ,World Of Environment. Printed In Spain Urbanismo : Urban Planning Vol.2. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Road Systems Vol.3. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Parks, Vol.4. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Squares, Vol.5. Axis Books,Spain Urbanismo Urban Spaces City Outskirts. Axis Books, Spain,

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :II

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Teaching Scheme Lecture Periods Seminar / Lab / Periods

Regional Landscape Planning Examination Scheme 1 Paper Studio 3 Sessional (Internal)

Total Contact Periods/Week

Sessional (External) Jury (Viva-Voce) Total Marks Credits

4

Marks 50 50 100 2

Objective Understanding Regional scale of landscape architecture and its allied aspects. Course contents I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII.

Landscape Planning theories Methodology and process adopted for regional landscape planning Landscape landuses and related policy framework for regional landscape planning Role of environmental impact assessment in landscape planning Multidisciplinary framework for regional landscape planning Understanding of regional plans Role of landscape architect in preparation of regional plans , city master plans , townships etc

Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a journal along with individual study project/s which are presented in the form of presentation and a written report of the same. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with weightage of 50 marks each. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Cerver Francisco Asensio: City Planning ,Urban Architecture City And Grassroots:A Cross Cultural Theory Of Urban Social Movements,London Castels,Manuel Cerver Francisco Asensio: City Planning Urban Architecture. Arco Colour Collection, Shirvani Hamid: Urban Design Process. Van Nostrand Reinhold Co.New York Turner Tom: City As Landscape. E&Pn Spon Anlmprint Of Champman & H Urbanismo : Urban Planning Vol.2. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Road Systems Vol.3. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Parks, Vol.4. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Squares, Vol.5. Axis Books,Spain Urbanismo Urban Spaces City Outskirts. Axis Books, Spain, A Good City Form By Kevin Lynch A Pattern Language By Alexander Christopher Shirvani Hamid: Urban Design Process.

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Timeless Way Of Building, Christopher Alexander, Oxford University Press,Ny American Society Of Civil Engineers: Urban Planning Guide. (Revised Edition) New York. 1986. Broto Carles: Urbanism. Links International, Gallion Arthur B & Eisner Simon: Urban Pattern : City Planning And Design. Cbs Pub. & Dist. Co. Delhi, Kawaguchi Yoko: Urban Environment Design 5. Korea. Jeong, Kwang-Young, 2003. Mehta Karanvir: Urban Spaces & City Landscape Assessment : Values, Perceptions And Resources By Zuber And Others

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First Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :II

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Landscape Design Studio II Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 8 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 10 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 100 100 50 250 5

Objective Understanding and resolving complex issues at various scales and situations in an urban or rural fabric of residential / commercial/ institutional/ recreational landuse and flat / contoured site . Course contents I. Site analysis with surrounds and site planning for large scale sites. II. Landscape design for a large scale site having strong ecological, historical or contemporary context. Sessional Work Students will work on abovementioned in detail and submit the work in the form of sheets and a report. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 100 marks each for sessional work along with external jury of equal weightage of 25 marks each for Viva – voce and a consolidated list of both will be submitted to the university. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

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Breen Ann & Rigby Dick: New Waterfront: A Worldwide Urban Success Stor. Thames & Hudson Panich & Trulsson: Desert Southwest Gardens. Lyall Sutherland: Designing The New Landscape. London, Thamas & Hudson, 1997. Urbanism Journal Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series A Pattern Language By Alexander Christopher Turner Tom: City As Landscape. E&Pn Spon Anlmprint Of Champman & H Urbanismo : Urban Planning Vol.2. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Road Systems Vol.3. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Parks, Vol.4. Axis Books, Spain, Urbanismo : Squares, Vol.5. Axis Books,Spain Broto Carles: Urbanism. Links International, Kawaguchi Yoko: Urban Environment Design 5. Korea. Jeong, Kwang-Young, 2003. Residential Landscape By T E Walker

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :III

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Landscape Conservation Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 2 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 75 25 100 2

Objective To understand the importance of landscape conservation and various approaches to same Course contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Landscape Conservation in Indian Context. Environmental conservation Landscape conservation and its significance (natural resources such as soil, water, vegetation etc) Conservation of historic landscapes. Non-Conventional energy resources used in designed Landscapes National and International policies related to landscape conservation areas such as forests , national parks, protected landscapes , bioreserves etc.

Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a journal along with individual study and / or design project/s which are presented in the form of presentation and a written report of the same. The project will also include design solution for the disturbed landscapes or site needing conservation. This will be submitted in the form of sheets. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally with weightage of 25 marks . Theory examination based on the aforesaid courseline of semester I and semester II for this subject will be conducted together for 75 marks. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Cerver Francisco Asensio: Environmental Restortation Landscape. Arco Colour Collection, Charles Mc Clenon: Landscape Planning For Energy Conservation Crosbie Michael: Green Architecture. American Inst.Of Rch.Press,Washington Papanek Victor: Green Imperative Ecology & Ethics In Design. Vale Robert & Brenda: Green Architecture Thames And Hudson Man’s Role In Changing The Face Of Earth, Thomas, William L And Others, University Of Chicago Press, Chicago Silent Spring By Carson Rachel Only One Earth By Barbara Ward, Andre Deutsch Ltd, London Grey World , Green Heart, Robert L Thayer, John Wiley And Sons Inc, Ny Gardens For The Future , Cooper Guy, Conran Octopus, London Environmental Science –Earth As A Living Planet Second Ed. University Of California, Santa Barbara

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :III

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Teaching Scheme Lecture Periods Seminar / Lab / Studio Periods Total Contact Periods/Week

Environmental Legislation & Economics Examination Scheme Marks 3 Paper 75 1 Sessional (Internal) 25 Sessional (External) 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Total Marks 100 Credits 2

Objective Introduction to law and legal system concept related to environment in India and its comparative analysis with other similar countries. The subject aims at introducing the students to legal aspects in relation to environment. Studying economic aspects of landscape design and planning. Course contents 1 2

Legislation framework for environment in context of India and World. Environmental legislation dealing with • • •

3 4 5 6

town planning, forestry, national parks and sanctuaries periphery control legislation legislation relating to preservation of parks of urban spaces, monuments etc.

Air, Water and Mining acts etc. EIA - Framework Economic aspects of the environment and quantification of landscape values. Economic significance of plants, insects and animals, role of wild life and bio-magnification

Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a manual/handwritten journal covering all the topics mentioned above with suitable examples, sketches and supportive material. Sessional Assessment Theory examination based on the aforesaid courseline of semester I and semester II for this subject will be conducted together for 75 marks with an internal sessional work assessment of 25 marks. Reference books – 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

International Law And The Environment, Birnie,P W & Boyle Energy And Ecology,David M Gates Ecology And Environmental Planning, Edington,John The Environment, Public Health And Human Ecology Consideration For Economic Development Environmental Policies And Programs In India, Saksena,K.D. India Development Report IGIDR 97

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :III

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Landscape Management Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 3 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 1 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 50 50 100 2

Objective To understand landscape management principles and concepts for various natural and manmade contexts. Course contents 1. Management of the Landscaped site . 2. Wasteland management strategies for reclamation, laterite soils, saline and rehabilitation of degraded forests and other types of wastelands. 3. Introduction to Forestry management 4. Management concepts related to urban ecology , urban habitats, urban open space 5. Management concepts related to sub-urban such as rural landscapes 6. Management concepts related to natural landscapes such as forests, streams etc. Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of a journal along with individual study projects which are presented in the form of presentation and a written report of the same. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 50 marks each . Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Cobham: Amenity Landscape Management And Resources. London New York E & F.N. Spon, Tropical Ecosystems (Ecology And Management) By K P Singh, J S Singh,Wiley Eastern Limited Hannebalim Leroy G: Landscape Design : A Practical Approach. Prentic Hall, New Jersey, 1994. Environmental Policies And Programs In India ,Saksena,K.D. Papanek Victor: Green Imperative Ecology & Ethics In Design. Thames And Hudson, Project Management Of Multiple Projects And Contracts, Ed By Loftus J, Thomas Telford Pub, London A Management Guide To Pert/Cpm, Wiest Jd ,Levy F K Prentice Hall Of India Pvt, Ltd, New Delhi Management, James A F And Edward Freeman R And Gilbert Daniel R ,Prentice Hall Of India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi Essential Managers Manual, Heller Robert And Hindle Tim,D K London Managing The Landscape Of The Town Chris Wild Urban Forestry, Planning And Managing Urban Green Spaces By Robert W Miller Planning And Urban Forestry Management Of Park And Open Space Vegetation : Park Management

14. Management Of Protected Landscapes

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :III

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Research Paper Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 1 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 50 50 100 2

Objective The title of the research paper to be taken such that it could support the thesis subject and help to develop an appropriate methodology and research approach regarding the same. Course contents 1. Includes both qualitative as well as quantitative methods. 2. Any topic related and supportive to thesis Sessional Work Present a research work paper supportive to Dissertation studies and submit in the form of report. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally for 50 marks each .

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture (Landscape Architecture)

SEM :III

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Elective III Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 1 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 100 100 2

Objective To give an opportunity to students to study topics in detail to enhance its application in landscape planning or landscape design process. Course contents 1 Land Information systems and Computer Applications 2. Natural Resource Management 3. Energy Efficient Landscapes 4. Landscape Computer Graphics Sessional Work Assignment will be in the form of individual indepth study of a topic related to any one of the subject or any other additional subject based on availability of experts which is presented in the form of presentation and a written report of the same. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 100 marks. Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Introductory Digital Image Processing: A Remote Sensing Perspective, John R. Jensen Landuse Planning And Remote Sensing, David T. Lindgren Remote Sensing And Interpretation By Thomas M Lillesand And Kiefer Energy Efficient landscapes Landscape Graphics Books on various softwares related to LIS and Landscape Computer Graphics

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :III

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Landscape Design Studio III Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 8 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 10 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 100 100 50 250 5

Objective To understand of ecologically sustainable landscape development is the underlying theme. The studio exercises deals with complex problems of landscape architecture including site planning, landscape planning and seeks to develop the concept of landscape design as interacting process of natural and manmade environment. It addresses and resolves through landscape design and planning , the complex local and global problems from micro to macro levels, based upon the understanding of the ecology as part of the site context. Course contents Design at a regional scale addressing complex situations and which has a significant ecological context Sessional Work Students will work on the project addressing the abovementioned issues. The project resolve the problems through design and planning . Submit the same in the form of written report and drawings. Sessional Assessment The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 100 marks each for sessional work along with external jury of equal weightage of 25 marks each for Viva – voce.

Reference books 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Landscape Architecture Journal Time Saver Standards For Landscape Architecture, Charles W Harris And Nicholas T Dine Mcgraw – Hill International Edition, Arch. Series Cerver Francisco A: World Of Landscape Architects: World Of Nvironmental Design. Ganduxer, Cerver Francisco Asensio: Environmental Restoration Landscape. Cerver Francisco Asensio: City Planning ,Urban Architecture Protected Landscape By C Lucas Protected Landscapes And Sustainability Values Of Protected Landscapes Management Of Protected Landscapes

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :IV

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Dissertation Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods 2 Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 24 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 26 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 300 300 50 650 13

Objective Each student is required to prepare an independent study with reference to a special subject before the end of third semester in consultation with the faculty members. This subject gives an opportunity for the student to explore a practical or conceptual project / subject to evolve a sound methodology and solution. The project can focus on landscape planning , landscape design or any indepth research work in same or allied fields related to landscape architecture. Course contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Establishing a Research methodology . Establish the significance of the Project. Introduction of methods available in design. Case studies A design solution which will include design policies ,planning policies and landscape design proposal in detail

Sessional Work The work will be in the form of necessary drawings to explain the project and its details. A comprehensive report of the project will be submitted which will include the above drawings. Sessional Assessment The sessional work will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 300 marks along with a Combined internal and external jury of equal weightage of 25 marks each .

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Second Year M. Arch (Landscape Architecture) Master of Architecture

(Landscape Architecture)

SEM :IV

Subject Code : Name of Subject: Professional Training Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Lecture Periods Paper Seminar / Lab / Studio 4 Sessional (Internal) Periods Sessional (External) Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) Periods/Week Total Marks Credits

Marks 30 30 40 100 2

Objective To give an opportunity to work in an office and give the student an exposure to real time challenges and situations of the profession. Course contents Professional training to be conducted efficiently for a period of 6 weeks full time / 12 weeks part time with concerned office at any time during the semester as decided by the institution offering the course Sessional Work A log book consisting of details of work done during the professional training which would be duely stamped and signed by the Principal authority of the office / firm Sessional Assessment The sessional work will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 30 marks each along with a Combined internal and external jury of equal weightage of 20 marks each .

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