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Overview

“Environmental Architecture” encompasses the entire gamut of environment that we are a part of both built and un-built. It deals with all the issues related to the protection and conservation of resources. As architects we are responsible for a large amount of environment pollution right from manufacturing of building materials to creating a built environment. We are also one of the largest consumers of the energy resource when we add to the built environment. The effect of the built environment has a considerable impact on the un-built environment. The environment left to our mercy is degrading due to insensitive approach of the professionals who matter.

This course aims at sensitising the professionals to the environmental issues, global as well as site specific, focusing on the design approach, technology and economics to address them. The architects can play a major role in influencing the clients and authorities to practice energy conservation and contribute to environmental sustainability.

This department offers two year masters degree course in landscape architecture. This course is designed and detailed as per the norms of Council of Architecture of India, AICTE All India Council of Technical Education and Savitribai Phule Pune University. This course has started at the inception of the BNCA in 2006. The intake is of 20 students for this course.

Course Name: Master of Architecture in Environment Architecture (M Arch.-E. A.))
Intake: 20

Duration: 2 Years Full time

Recognition:
Council of Architecture – COA, New Delhi
Government of Maharashtra and Director of Technical Education Mumbai
Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University.