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M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 1
Corrected Copy of the Syllabus Aug 2011
UNIVERSITY OF PUNE
COURSE STRUCTURE & SYLLABUS
FOR
MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE
M.ARCH.
(Digital Architecture)
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARCHITECTURE
M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 2
PREAMBLE
Digital Architecture is the new revolution in the history of architecture. The focus
will be on invention rather than application of predefined ideas. With this
approach this course is assumed to become a centre of innovative ideas as a
solution for the conventional and future problems. This will bring the academic
world of architecture in the forefront of design explorations and theories to have
great impact on the professional world as an expected outcome. MArch in
Digital Architecture takes a first step with an agenda of “Parametric
Explorations”. Based on this agenda, the studios, lectures and the supportive
content will be channelized accordingly. The agenda will be changed after
every 4 years to update the knowledge of Digital Architecture and creating a
responsive architecture for the particular time line.
PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE
The provision of infrastructure for the Masters course shall be done as per the
guide lines laid down by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi, in respect to
intake of students, classrooms studios, laboratories seminar rooms, library facilities,
student amenities and all the appurtenant requirements to carry out the
teaching activity effectively.
APPOINTMENT OF TEACHING STAFF
The appointment of teaching staff shall be done as per the norms laid by the
Council of Architecture, New Delhi and other statutory bodies as applicable.
RULES OF COURSE STRUCTURE FOR MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE
RULE NO. 1: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
A student seeking admission to Master of Architecture Course must have secured
minimum 50% aggregate in Bachelor of Architecture degree course or
equivalent courses recognized by the apex body with/without valid GATE score.
The student with valid GATE score shall be given preference. The student without
GATE score shall be considered subject to vacancy.
RULE No. 2: SCHEME OF ASSESMENT:
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: Sem I and Sem II
2. Second Year M. Arch: Sem III and Sem IV
The University will declare results of:
Sem I + Sem II at the end of First year and
Sem III and Sem IV at the end of Second year.
M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 3
RULE No. 3: GRANTING OF TERM:
Academic year will consist of TWO SEMISTETRS 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 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 Sessional Work prescribed for each subject and
secured atleast 50% marks in the Internal Assessment for the same.
3. Good Conduct.
RULE No. 4: EXAMINATIONS:
At each examination:
• Theory Paper
• Sessional Work
• Sessional 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:
a. In respect of the sessional work in First, Second, Third and Fourth Semisters, a
target date shall be fixed for completion of each assignment. All
assignments shall be continuously assessed by the internal teacher during
each semester.
b. For the First, 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.
c. For Fourth Semester 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 the examination from First to Third
semester shall have minimum of 3 years of teaching/professional experience
and shall be approved post graduate teacher from Pune University.
To qualify as an External Examiner at Final semester, the examiner shall have a
minimum of 5 years of teaching /professional experience.
RULE No. 6: PRE REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION TO HIGHER CLASSES:
M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 4
This course has been considered as an integratred one and students will be
allowed to take admission to second and third semesters irrespective of the
number of subjects in which they are failing.
RULE No. 7: CRITERIA FO PASSING:
To pass the first and Second year examination, a candidate must obtain
minimum 50% marks in each paper, 50% marks in Sessional/Viva voce and 50%
aggregate.
RULE No. 8: GRADING SYSTEM:
The class 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,
• He/She will be exempted from appearing in the head/s of passing in
which he/she has passed.
• A candidate will have to appear for the examination of backlog subjects
along with the examination of current semester.
RULE No. 10: OTHER RULES:
The 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.
M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 5
FIRST YEAR M.ARCH - DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE (SEM I)
• The institute has freedom to offer any listed or additional subjects based
on the availability of the experts
Subje
ct
Code
Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Studio/ Seminar Tot
al
Mar
ks
Lecture Studio/
Seminar
Total Pa
per
Sessional
Int Ext
Oral/Viva
Int Ext
Credits
DA -
T1
Digital
Architecture
Process
Theories and
History 1
3 1 4 75 25 - _ _ 100 2
DA -
T2
Digital
Architecture
&
Psychology
1 3 4 75 25 _ _ _ 100 2
DA -
F1
Digital
Fabrication 1 - 3 3 _ 50 50 _ _ 100 1
DA –
S1
Paramteric
Software’s 3 2 5 75 25 - - 100 2
DA –
DS1
Digital
Design
Studio I
- 9 9 _ 100 100 25 25 250 6
DA-
DT1
Digital
Theory
Studio I
5 - 5 75 25 - - 100 2
Total 12 18 30 150 350 200 25 25 750 15
M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 6
FIRST YEAR M.ARCH - DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE (SEM II)
Subject
Code
Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme
Studio/ Seminar Tot
al
Mar
ks
Lecture Studio/
Seminar
Total Pape
r
Sessional
Int Ext
Oral/Viva
Int Ext
Cre
dits
DA – T3
Digital
Architecture
Process Theories
and History 2
3 1 4 75 25 - _ _ 100 2
DA – T4 Material science
and Digital
Architecture
1 3 4 75 25 _ _ _ 100 2
DA – F2
Digital
Fabrication 2 - 3 3 _ 50 50 _ _ 100 1
DA – S2 Analysis
Software’s 3 2 5 75 25 - - 100 2
DA-DS2
Digital Design
Studio II - 9 9 _ 100 10
0
25 25 250 6
DA-DT2 Digital Theory
Studio II 5 - 5 _ 75 25 - - 100 2
Total 12 18 30 150 350 20
0
25 25 750 15
• The institute has freedom to offer any listed or additional subjects based
on the availability of the experts
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  • 1. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 1 Corrected Copy of the Syllabus Aug 2011 UNIVERSITY OF PUNE COURSE STRUCTURE & SYLLABUS FOR MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE M.ARCH. (Digital Architecture) FACULTY OF ENGINEERING BOARD OF STUDIES IN ARCHITECTURE
  • 2. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 2 PREAMBLE Digital Architecture is the new revolution in the history of architecture. The focus will be on invention rather than application of predefined ideas. With this approach this course is assumed to become a centre of innovative ideas as a solution for the conventional and future problems. This will bring the academic world of architecture in the forefront of design explorations and theories to have great impact on the professional world as an expected outcome. MArch in Digital Architecture takes a first step with an agenda of “Parametric Explorations”. Based on this agenda, the studios, lectures and the supportive content will be channelized accordingly. The agenda will be changed after every 4 years to update the knowledge of Digital Architecture and creating a responsive architecture for the particular time line. PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE The provision of infrastructure for the Masters course shall be done as per the guide lines laid down by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi, in respect to intake of students, classrooms studios, laboratories seminar rooms, library facilities, student amenities and all the appurtenant requirements to carry out the teaching activity effectively. APPOINTMENT OF TEACHING STAFF The appointment of teaching staff shall be done as per the norms laid by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi and other statutory bodies as applicable. RULES OF COURSE STRUCTURE FOR MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE RULE NO. 1: ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA A student seeking admission to Master of Architecture Course must have secured minimum 50% aggregate in Bachelor of Architecture degree course or equivalent courses recognized by the apex body with/without valid GATE score. The student with valid GATE score shall be given preference. The student without GATE score shall be considered subject to vacancy. RULE No. 2: SCHEME OF ASSESMENT: 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: Sem I and Sem II 2. Second Year M. Arch: Sem III and Sem IV The University will declare results of: Sem I + Sem II at the end of First year and Sem III and Sem IV at the end of Second year.
  • 3. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 3 RULE No. 3: GRANTING OF TERM: Academic year will consist of TWO SEMISTETRS 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 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 Sessional Work prescribed for each subject and secured atleast 50% marks in the Internal Assessment for the same. 3. Good Conduct. RULE No. 4: EXAMINATIONS: At each examination: • Theory Paper • Sessional Work • Sessional 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: a. In respect of the sessional work in First, Second, Third and Fourth Semisters, a target date shall be fixed for completion of each assignment. All assignments shall be continuously assessed by the internal teacher during each semester. b. For the First, 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. c. For Fourth Semester 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 the examination from First to Third semester shall have minimum of 3 years of teaching/professional experience and shall be approved post graduate teacher from Pune University. To qualify as an External Examiner at Final semester, the examiner shall have a minimum of 5 years of teaching /professional experience. RULE No. 6: PRE REQUISITES FOR ADMISSION TO HIGHER CLASSES:
  • 4. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 4 This course has been considered as an integratred one and students will be allowed to take admission to second and third semesters irrespective of the number of subjects in which they are failing. RULE No. 7: CRITERIA FO PASSING: To pass the first and Second year examination, a candidate must obtain minimum 50% marks in each paper, 50% marks in Sessional/Viva voce and 50% aggregate. RULE No. 8: GRADING SYSTEM: The class 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, • He/She will be exempted from appearing in the head/s of passing in which he/she has passed. • A candidate will have to appear for the examination of backlog subjects along with the examination of current semester. RULE No. 10: OTHER RULES: The 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.
  • 5. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 5 FIRST YEAR M.ARCH - DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE (SEM I) • The institute has freedom to offer any listed or additional subjects based on the availability of the experts Subje ct Code Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Studio/ Seminar Tot al Mar ks Lecture Studio/ Seminar Total Pa per Sessional Int Ext Oral/Viva Int Ext Credits DA - T1 Digital Architecture Process Theories and History 1 3 1 4 75 25 - _ _ 100 2 DA - T2 Digital Architecture & Psychology 1 3 4 75 25 _ _ _ 100 2 DA - F1 Digital Fabrication 1 - 3 3 _ 50 50 _ _ 100 1 DA – S1 Paramteric Software’s 3 2 5 75 25 - - 100 2 DA – DS1 Digital Design Studio I - 9 9 _ 100 100 25 25 250 6 DA- DT1 Digital Theory Studio I 5 - 5 75 25 - - 100 2 Total 12 18 30 150 350 200 25 25 750 15
  • 6. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 6 FIRST YEAR M.ARCH - DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE (SEM II) Subject Code Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Studio/ Seminar Tot al Mar ks Lecture Studio/ Seminar Total Pape r Sessional Int Ext Oral/Viva Int Ext Cre dits DA – T3 Digital Architecture Process Theories and History 2 3 1 4 75 25 - _ _ 100 2 DA – T4 Material science and Digital Architecture 1 3 4 75 25 _ _ _ 100 2 DA – F2 Digital Fabrication 2 - 3 3 _ 50 50 _ _ 100 1 DA – S2 Analysis Software’s 3 2 5 75 25 - - 100 2 DA-DS2 Digital Design Studio II - 9 9 _ 100 10 0 25 25 250 6 DA-DT2 Digital Theory Studio II 5 - 5 _ 75 25 - - 100 2 Total 12 18 30 150 350 20 0 25 25 750 15 • The institute has freedom to offer any listed or additional subjects based on the availability of the experts
  • 7. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 7 SECOND YEAR M.ARCH - DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE (SEM III) Subject Code Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Studio/ Seminar Total Marks Lectur e Studio/ Seminar Total Pa per Sessional Int Ext Oral/Viva Int Ext Credits DA – T5 Research in DA 3 3 6 - 75 75 _ _ 150 2 DA – T6 Parametric Urbanism and Urban Mapping 3 3 6 75 25 _ _ _ 100 2 DA – F3 Digital Fabrication 3 (Installation) - 6 6 _ 100 - _ _ 100 2 DA – T7 Workshops And Seminars 6 - 6 50 - - 50 1 DA-DS3 Digital Design Studio III - 9 9 _ 100 100 25 25 250 6 DA-DT3 Digital theory Studio III 5 - 5 - 75 25 - - 100 2 Total 12 18 30 75 425 200 25 25 750 15
  • 8. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 8 SECOND YEAR M.ARCH - DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE (SEM IV) Subject Code Subject Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Total Marks Credits Lecture Studio/ Seminar Total Paper Sessional Viva voce / Oral Int Ext Int Ext DA – DS4 Thesis Design Studio 3 21 24 - 300 300 25 25 650 12 DA - T8 Culmination of Old and New Theories in Architecture 3 3 6 - 75 25 _ _ 100 3 Total 6 24 30 - 375 325 25 25 750 15
  • 9. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 9 First Year M.Arch ( Digital Architecture ) SEM I SUBJECT CODE: DA T1 NAME OF SUBJECT: Digital Architecture Process Theories and History 1 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 Paper 75 Seminar / Lab / Studio 1 Sessional (Internal) 25 Periods Sessional (External) - Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: To introduce new digital Design Process, digital theories and Historical background of past 20 years formation period of Digital Architecture. STUDIO CONTENT: New design process in architecture will be explained in this subject with intermediate stages. Stages like Archigram, computational architecture, etc will be widely discussed through reading materials generated by the architects of that era who contributed to progression towards and beyond Digital Architecture. SESSIONAL WORK : Theoretical aspect will lead to the formation of the content for written exams. Submission in the form of reports, discussions and debates will make the students interested in the Historical aspect of the particular subject. The outcome will also be in the form of individual perceptions on historical theories. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 25 marks A written exam of 75 marks shall be taken every semester
  • 10. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 10 REFERENCES: Contemporary Processes in Architecture – by Ali Rahim Digital Cities AD: Architectural Design – Prof. Neil Leach Performative Architecture : Beyond Instrumentality – by Branko Kolarevic Versatility and Vicissitude: Performance in Morpho-Ecological Design- by Michael Hensel Archigram - Architecture without Architecture: Simon Sadler SUBJECT CODE: DA T2 NAME OF SUBJECT : Digital Architecture and Psychology Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 1 Paper 75 Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) 25 Periods Sessional (External) - Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: This module is designed to set the minds of students to initialize the first stage exploration. It will set a psychological base to understand and develop individual theories on the lines of Digital Architecture. STUDIO CONTENT : Small introductory exercises which will include the use of recyclable materials, new assembly techniques to achieve the desired psychological effect for a particular space will be conducted. Along with the above there shall be exercises given to express about any space given during that class. SESSIONAL WORK : Teachers will be able to assess students understanding and mental ability based on the physical outcomes in terms of models and theoretical development stages. The paper work at the initial stage of the course is less considered and practical experiments are more encouraged. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 25 marks REFERENCE BOOK:
  • 11. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 11 Phylogenesis - FOA's ark NOX - Machining Architecture - by Lars Spuybroek Catalytic Formations - Ali Rahim Emergence: Morphogenetic Design Strategies - by Micheal Hensel SUBJECT CODE : DA F1 NAME OF SUBJECT: Digital Fabrication 1 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods - - Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) 50 Periods Sessional (External) 50 Total Contact 3 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 1 OBJECTIVE: This studio will explore fabrication process in Digital Architecture which is useful to bring the software models into reality. It gives a hands on experience of joinery details and working with the machines. STUDIO CONTENT: The interdependencies of software and machines will be explained in this module. The technical details of how the hardware works with the software for future modification suggested on analytical thinking will be possible. SESSIONAL WORK: Students will be introduced to the machines and the workability of it. They are expected to the practical work more than the modeling and theoretical studies. The models will be assessed based on the detailing of the form on the basis of innovative joinery details and fixings and material combinations. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: Internal and external assessment with equal weightage of 50 marks each for sessional work REFERENCE BOOKS:
  • 12. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 12 Chemical sensors and biosensors – by Brian R Eggins Biosensor principles and Application – by Loic J.Blum, Pierre R.Coulet Biosensors for environmental monitoring – by Ursula Bilitewski, Anthony Turner Enzymes and microbial biosensors- by Ashok Mulchandani , Kim R.Rogers SUBJECT CODE : DA S1 NAME OF SUBJECT: Parametric Software’s Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 - Seminar / Lab / Studio 2 Sessional (Internal) 75 Periods Sessional (External) 25 Total Contact 5 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: This studio will explore some parametric software as a first stage of learning software. These software are developed as design tools and not for 3d modeling the architects sketches. STUDIO CONTENT: The new modeling techniques will be taught as one of the approach for form development. As a result the software plays a different role than replicating ideas in to 3D form. It becomes the base to develop digital concepts. SESSIONAL WORK: Students will be given different small exercises which will be based on the primary stage form development in the parametric software. Different techniques of using the computer for designing will be taught to students. Basics of computer language shall be taught for tweaking of parameters according to derived concepts. This work will be assessed on the basis of digital concept development and not on the rendering criteria’s of the software. Formation of new tools, application and inter-compatibility of the software will be analyzed. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT:
  • 13. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 13 Internal assessment of 75 marks and external assessment of 25 marks for sessional work SUBJECT CODE : DA-DS1 NAME OF SUBJECT: Design Studio 1 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods - Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 9 Sessional (Internal) 100 Periods Sessional (External) 100 Total Contact 9 Jury (Viva-Voce) 50 Periods/Week Total Marks 250 Credits 6 OBJECTIVE: This studio will explore the relationships and dependencies of mathematics and architecture through the language of Algorithm. The exploration will be completely based on geometrical ideologies to develop new mathematical spatial relationships and design process for form generation. STUDIO CONTENT: This studio will explore generative design methodologies through the application of algorithmic techniques - we will be looking at fundamental coding principles (recursion, feedback, modularity and I/O) while working within an object- oriented framework, opening the door to complex simulation and animate formation. Artificial life, material intelligence, interactivity, and other second- order principles will be approached from the vantage point of “dynamics” and “search” – or the introduction of directed intelligence into a dynamic process of making. Development: A process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage. Behavior: The aggregate of responses to internal and external stimuli.
  • 14. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 14 Behavior and development are understood to be a sum, or aggregate, of a multitude of innocuous decisions. Each is a ‘dynamic’, or a process ‘in time’ that necessarily feeds-back and regulates procedures to promote higher levels of form, organization, and movement. Students will develop a focused inquiry into a specific area of algorithmic dynamics. Here, “dynamics” is meant as a inclusive term for all kinds of activity: formal development, flocking, embryology, automata, FEA, fractals and l-systems are all examples of time-based recursive practices. The class is meant to flesh out a vocabulary and structural understanding of a wide array of algorithms, to look for correspondences among dynamics, mapping and search heuristics. By casting a wide net, we hope to see opportunities for portability and the development of a critical stance towards algorithmic ‘tooling.’ SESSIONAL WORK: Students will work on geometric transformations, deformations, Boolean algebra and other mathematical concepts. The expected outcome will be in terms of scripts, definitions for a small scale design project which will consider only mathematical approach and not the functional approach for form generation. Models from the 3D printer and CNC machines will be the physical outcome for the individual explorations. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: Internal and external assessment 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: Chemical sensors and biosensors – by Brian R Eggins Biosensor principles and Application – by Loic J.Blum, Pierre R.Coulet Biosensors for environmental monitoring – by Ursula Bilitewski, Anthony Turner Enzymes and microbial biosensors- by Ashok Mulchandani , Kim R.Rogers SUBJECT CODE: DA –DT1 NAME OF SUBJECT: Design Theories 1 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 5 Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 0 Sessional (Internal) 75 Periods Sessional (External) 25 Total Contact 5 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week
  • 15. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 15 Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: To develop the theoretical background of the students to come up with their own theoretical output of their concepts. STUDIO CONTENT : The studio will cover the theoretical aspect of the current studio approach(s). The new terminologies along with recent therotical development happened on the lines of the tools explored will be explained. SESSIONAL WORK: The sessional work will be in the form of reports and theoretical presentations to explore the systematic way of putting Digital Architecture terminologies. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally for 75 marks and externally for 25 marks. First Year M.Arch ( Digital Architecture ) SEM II SUBJECT CODE: DA T3 NAME OF SUBJECT: Digital Architecture Process Theories and History 2 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 Paper 75 Seminar / Lab / Studio 1 Sessional (Internal) 25 Periods Sessional (External) - Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: The seminar will examine architectural vision of the city from emergence of the metropolis to the contemporary city. Emphasizing the concepts of form, movement, infrastructure, network, pattern and landscape, the seminar will investigate different agendas, strategies, manipulations that were employed in relation to the city, forcing a new understanding of the urban realm to emerge.
  • 16. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 16 COURSE CONTENT: The seminar through proceedings along historical trajectory advances the theories of architectural vision of the current architecture. By revising projects and writings of the architects who were concerned with or having simply facilitated the creation of a new urbanity, the seminar will provide 1. A knowledge of architectural theory on modern city, 2. An understanding of strategic mechanisms of architecture within urban realm, and 3. An insight into contemporary implications of these approaches. Whereas an understanding of the historical background of the different architectural projects is essential, the course ultimately aims to investigate and account for workings of architecture with urban domain. SESSIONAL WORK : Assignment will be in the form of individual in-depth study of the 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 25 marks along with a paper set according to university norms. REFERENCE BOOKS: Contemporary Processes in Architecture – by Ali Rahim Digital Cities AD: Architectural Design – Prof. Neil Leach Performative Architecture : Beyond Instrumentality – by Branko Kolarevic Versatility and Vicissitude: Performance in Morpho-Ecological Design- by Michael Hensel SUBJECT CODE: DA T4 NAME OF SUBJECT: Material science and Digital Architecture Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 1 Paper 75 Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) 25 Periods Sessional (External) - Total Contact 4 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100
  • 17. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 17 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: To introduce the materialistic approach towards form generation process from nanoscale. STUDIO CONTENT: The microscopic experiments based on the materialistic approach will be studied. It will include laboratory experiments with micro sensors, human sensors etc to venture into material properties and their behavior with each other. SESSIONAL WORK : Theoretical aspect will lead to the formation of the content for written exams. Submission in the form of reports, discussions and debates will make the students interested in the Historical aspect of the particular subject. The outcome will also be in the form of innovation by lab experimentation. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 25 marks and a paper of 75 marks to count the total marks of 100. REFERENCES: Nanoarchitecture : A new species of Architecure – John M.Johnson In Details: Building Skins – By Werner Lang Intelligent Skins _ By Michael Wiggington Material Connexion _ By George Beyleron SUBJECT CODE : DA F2 NAME OF SUBJECT: Digital Fabrication 2 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods - - Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) 50 Periods Sessional (External) 50 Total Contact 3 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100
  • 18. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 18 Credits 1 OBJECTIVE: This studio will explore fabrication process in Digital Architecture which is useful to bring the software models into reality. It gives a hands on experience of joinery details and working with the machines. STUDIO CONTENT: The interdependencies of software and machines will be explained in this module. The technical details of how the hardware works with the software for future modification suggested on analytical thinking will be possible. The technology studied in this class shall be in progression to previous fabrication class. SESSIONAL WORK: Students will be introduced to the machines and the workability of it. They are expected to the practical work more than the modeling and theoretical studies. The models will be assessed based on the detailing of the form on the basis of innovative joinery details and fixings and material combinations. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: Internal and external assessment with equal weightage of 50 marks for sessional work REFERENCE BOOKS: Chemical sensors and biosensors – by Brian R Eggins Biosensor principles and Application – by Loic J.Blum, Pierre R.Coulet Biosensors for environmental monitoring – by Ursula Bilitewski, Anthony Turner Enzymes and microbial biosensors- by Ashok Mulchandani , Kim R.Rogers SUBJECT CODE : DA S2 NAME OF SUBJECT: Analysis Software’s Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 - Seminar / Lab / Studio 2 Sessional (Internal) 75 Periods Sessional (External) 25 Total Contact 5 Jury (Viva-Voce) -
  • 19. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 19 Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: This studio will explore some Analysis software as a first stage of learning software. These software are developed as analytical tools for structural and environmental analysis STUDIO CONTENT: Computation analysis modeling will be taught as one of the approach for form analysis. The form will be structurally and environmentally justified with the help of structural analysis software and environmental software. SESSIONAL WORK: Students will be given different small exercises which will be based on the primary stage form development in the analysis software. This work will be assessed on the basis of Formation of new tools, application and inter compatibility of the software will be analyzed. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: Internal assessment of 75 marks and external assessment of 25 marks for sessional work REFERENCE BOOKS: Digital Cities AD: Architectural Design – Prof. Neil Leach Performative Architecture : Beyond Instrumentality – by Branko Kolarevic Biosensors for environmental monitoring – by Ursula Bilitewski, Anthony Turner SUBJECT CODE: DA -DS2 NAME OF SUBJECT: Design Studio 2 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods - Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 9 Sessional (Internal) 100 Periods Sessional (External) 100 Total Contact 9 Jury (Viva-Voce) 50 Periods/Week Total Marks 250 Credits 6 OBJECTIVE:
  • 20. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 20 The studio will examine emergence in biological systems with its relation to the formulation of architecture by using digital techniques for generation of growth and evaluation of patterns in development of forms. STUDIO CONTENT : The ambition for the studio is to achieve a continuous transformation in a building with scaler shifts. The studio will explore different stages of a biological system which will give parameters to specify scale, function along with smooth merger of spaces. 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, a report and a model produced with the help of 3D printing machines and techniques. 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 weight age of 25 marks each for Viva – voce. REFERENCE BOOKS: Digital Tectonics – Prof. Neil Leach Contemporary techniques in Architecture – by Ali Rahim Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques- by Lisa Ewamoto From control to design –by Michael Meredith SUBJECT CODE: DA –DT2 NAME OF SUBJECT: Design Theories 2 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 5 Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio - Sessional (Internal) 75 Periods Sessional (External) 25 Total Contact 5 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE:
  • 21. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 21 To develop the theoretical background of the students to come up with their own theoretical output of their concepts. STUDIO CONTENT : The studio will cover the theoretical aspect of the current studio approach(s). The new terminologies along with recent therotical development happened on the lines of the tools explored will be explained. SESSIONAL WORK: The sessional work will be in the form of reports and theoretical presentations to explore the systematic way of putting Digital Architecture terminologies. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally for 75 marks and externally for 25 marks. REFERENCE BOOKS: Digital Tectonics – Prof. Neil Leach Contemporary techniques in Architecture – by Ali Rahim Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques- by Lisa Ewamoto From control to design –by Michael Meredith Second Year M.Arch ( Digital Architecture ) SEM III SUBJECT CODE: DA T5 NAME OF SUBJECT: Research in DA Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) 75 Periods Sessional (External) 75 Total Contact 6 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 150 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE:
  • 22. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 22 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 CONTENT: The thesis will be defined upon a pre determined theme, which will set a specific research direction. The particular direction may lead to a research and study, so as to form the base for the next semester’s thesis studio. The students will be asked to identify and carry out individual strands of research within this lager framework of parametric designing. The synopsis / paper shall be presented with the norms of technical writing formats like MLA, etc SESSIONAL WORK: Assignment will be in the form of individual in-depth study of the 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 75 marks and external assessment of 75 marks. SUBJECT CODE: DA T6 NAME OF SUBJECT: Parametric Urbanism and Urban Mapping Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 Paper 75 Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) 25 Periods Sessional (External) - Total Contact 6 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: The class will survey different theoretical and ecological approaches to urban design and provides students with a comprehensives understanding of urban development and parametric designing. COURSE CONTENT:
  • 23. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 23 The students will investigate programmatic and formal precedents through readings, discussions, field trips which will be in support of the thesis research. The goal will be to understand current urban conditions and practices, and reveal underlying patterns of the fields of research within the domain of parametric designing. SESSIONAL WORK: Assignment will be in the form of individual in-depth study of the 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 25 marks along with a paper set according to university norms. SUBJECT CODE: DA F3 NAME OF SUBJECT: Digital Fabrication 3 (installation) Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods - Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 6 Sessional (Internal) 100 Periods Sessional (External) - Total Contact 6 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: To provide live scale implementation of studied theories, design elements and fabrication techniques to propagate digital architecture and build confidence amongst the fraternity. COURSE CONTENT: The class shall be asked to take up an urban supporting element like pavillion. This element shall be put up for a practical implementation if funds are available and different technologies like Arduino, etc shall also be used for defining responsive effect of designs. SESSIONAL WORK:
  • 24. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 24 Assignment will be in the form of a life size installation along with study models showing different possibilities. Documentation in form of report / movies, etc shall be submitted as well. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 100 marks. SUBJECT CODE: DA T7 NAME OF SUBJECT: Workshops and Seminars Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 6 Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio - Sessional (Internal) 50 Periods Sessional (External) - Total Contact 6 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 50 Credits 1 OBJECTIVE: Workshops and seminars shall be conducted from the resources beyond academics. These sessions shall help students gain different perspectives and open avenues for careers as well. COURSE CONTENT: The students will shall attend workshops, seminars, site visits, visits to parametric architects office, etc and shall prepare a report on the same. SESSIONAL WORK: The report prepared from attending workshops, seminars and or visiting sites, offices shall be assessed internally. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally of 50 marks.
  • 25. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 25 SUBJECT CODE: DA –DS3 NAME OF SUBJECT: Design Studio 3 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods - Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 9 Sessional (Internal) 100 Periods Sessional (External) 100 Total Contact 9 Jury (Viva-Voce) 50 Periods/Week Total Marks 250 Credits 6 OBJECTIVE: “Emergence” is an important concept in artificial intelligence, information theory and computation, and in the domains of economics, climatic studies, material sciences and biometric engineering. The studio will work on emergent theories to architectural design with evolutionary techniques. COURSE CONTENT: The course is broken down into following subjects: Programming Syntax, Modeling, Variability, Custom Functions and Relational Rules. The students will learn to script and understand the potential of using programming to generate and investigate complex forms. Over the course of the semester each student acquires technical fluency in programming and parametric 3D modeling. 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, a report and a model produced with the help of 3D printing machines and techniques. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weight age of 100 marks for sessional work along with external jury of equal weight age of 25 marks each for Viva – voce. SUBJECT CODE: DA –DT3
  • 26. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 26 NAME OF SUBJECT: Design Theories 3 Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 5 Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio - Sessional (Internal) 75 Periods Sessional (External) 25 Total Contact 5 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 2 OBJECTIVE: To develop the theoretical background of the students to come up with their own theoretical output of their concepts. STUDIO CONTENT : The studio will cover the theoretical aspect of the current studio approach(s). The new terminologies along with recent therotical development happened on the lines of the tools explored will be explained. SESSIONAL WORK: The sessional work will be in the form of reports and theoretical presentations to explore the systematic way of putting Digital Architecture terminologies. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally for 75 marks and externally for 25 marks. REFERENCE BOOKS: Digital Tectonics – Prof. Neil Leach Contemporary techniques in Architecture – by Ali Rahim Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques- by Lisa Ewamoto From control to design –by Michael Meredith
  • 27. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 27 Second Year M.Arch ( Digital Architecture ) SEM IV SUBJECT CODE: DA DS4 NAME OF SUBJECT: Thesis Design Studio Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 21 Sessional (Internal) 300 Periods Sessional (External) 300 Total Contact 24 Jury (Viva-Voce) 50 Periods/Week Total Marks 650 Credits 12 OBJECTIVE: Students work on the detailed design and presentation of an approved thesis subject that investigates – from a theoretical or pragmatic position – a subject of sufficient complexity an particular relevance to the thesis candidate’s background or career orientation. COURSE CONTENT: The studio will emphasize design research that is collectively formulated through relationships among contemporary investigation into Parametric Designing. Different techniques and tools will be used to approach to the projects that engage mixtures of architecture, urbanism and landscape as well as contemporary design techniques. 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, a report and a model produced with the help of 3D printing machines and techniques. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally and externally with equal weightage of 300 marks for sessional work along with external jury of equal weight age of 25 marks each for Viva – voce.
  • 28. M.ARCH – DIGITAL ARCHITECTURE Page 28 SUBJECT CODE: DA –T8 NAME OF SUBJECT: Culmination of Old and New Theories Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme Marks Lecture Periods 3 Paper - Seminar / Lab / Studio 3 Sessional (Internal) 75 Periods Sessional (External) 25 Total Contact 6 Jury (Viva-Voce) - Periods/Week Total Marks 100 Credits 3 OBJECTIVE: To develop the theoretical background of the students to come up with their own theoretical output of their concepts. STUDIO CONTENT : The class shall ask the students to research on the theory of old and new processes of architectural designing. The architectural eras shall be considered so as to understand evolution of architecture as a cult. SESSIONAL WORK: The sessional work will be in the form of reports and theoretical presentations to explore the systematic way of putting Digital Architecture terminologies. SESSIONAL ASSESSMENT: The sessional work as stipulated above will be assessed internally for 75 marks and externally for 25 marks. REFERENCE BOOKS: Digital Tectonics – Prof. Neil Leach Contemporary techniques in Architecture – by Ali Rahim Digital Fabrications: Architectural and Material Techniques- by Lisa Ewamoto From control to design –by Michael Meredith