M.Arch (Urban Design) Programme

R V College of Engineering
In Bangalore

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Typology Master
Location Bangalore
Duration 2 Years
  • Master
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    2 Years


Where and when

Starts Location
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R V Vidyanikethan Post, 560059, Karnataka, India
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Starts On request
R V Vidyanikethan Post, 560059, Karnataka, India
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Course programme

The School of Architecture, RVCE has, in the last 17 years, developed into a nationally recognised centre of School of Architecturelearning for architectural education. The School’s core strengths of academic rigor, focus on teaching – learning, specialization of faculty, handpicking of teaching talent and involvement of leading practicing architects in design teaching, have been endorsed by professionals and academicians alike. School of ArchitectureThe School was picked by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi, as one of the four schools of architecture to showcase the academic strength of Indian architectural education to the visiting delegates from Singapore during April 2006. The School had an MOU with the School of Architecture, University of Applied Sciences, Muenster, Germany & School of Architecture, University of Moratuwa, SriLanka for student and faculty exchanges, for four years from 2004 to 2008.

The course has three components, theory, procedure and prescription. Theory encompasses the current theoretical positions on urban design as well as architecture. It would also look at the historical precedents of built environment in India and across the world. The procedure will address the issues of the methods in documentation, interpretation and analysis of physical environment. Prescription would be learnt through problem solving activities of studio. Studio cycle, spread over three semesters, is aimed at imparting tools, skills and strategies to design large scale urban design projects in varied conditions. Constant didactical relation with the theory, history and contemporary processes would be the core strength of the course and will set it apart from similar courses elsewhere.

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