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M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION) At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
WHAT WE LACK IN PRESENT EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM? • NO PHILOSOPHICAL BASE FOR ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICES Introduction
WHAT WE LACK IN PRESENT EDUCATIONAL
SYSTEM?
• NO PHILOSOPHICAL
BASE FOR
ARCHITECTURAL
PRACTICES
Introduction of subject
of History, theory and
criticism
• INTEGRATION OF OTHER
RELEVANT STREAMS
Introduction of other
streams as sociology,
anthropology,
management,
archaeology and
museology, Computer
applications as
photogrammetry, GIS
M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
TRAINING DEMANDS……!!! • PLANNING • HISTORY • ARCHITECTURE • SOCIOLOGY • ANTHROPOLOGY STRESS ON
TRAINING DEMANDS……!!!
• PLANNING
• HISTORY
• ARCHITECTURE
• SOCIOLOGY
• ANTHROPOLOGY
STRESS ON
MULTIDISCIPLINARY
NATURE
• STRUCTURAL MECHANICS
• ECOLOGY
• ECONOMICS
• LAW
M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
How the course is structured? Theoretical background Application in Studio SEM – I Introduction to
How the course is structured?
Theoretical background
Application in Studio
SEM – I
Introduction to Allied fields like
planning, anthropology, sociology,
Computer skills enhancement,
introduction to Conservation field,
Technical aspects
Identifying Heritage
SEM- II
Focussing on vernacular
architecture, advanced techniques
and materials Management
Concepts, Archaology and
Museology
,
an
Formulating
Conservation Policy
R
d Ad
apt ve
i
euse
SEM- III
Studying policies and legal aspects,
Research paper, Historic housing
and landscape studies
Designing in Context,
Urban Area
Conservation
SEM- IV
Dissertation
Professional Training
M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
EVENTS BY THE DEPARTMENT CELEBRATING WORLD HERITAGE DAY BY ORGANISING AN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN EXPLORING OUR
EVENTS BY THE DEPARTMENT
CELEBRATING WORLD HERITAGE DAY BY
ORGANISING AN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
EXPLORING
OUR PAST WITH
EXPERTS
MEDIA PUBLICITY TO THE
WORKS DONE BY STUDENTS
M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
Annual World Heritage Day celebrations on 18 t h April celebrated religiously at the historic

Annual World Heritage Day celebrations on 18 th April celebrated religiously at the historic sites and Bharat Itihas Sansodhan Mandal ,Pune with series of guest seminars on newly explored heritage areas by eminent historians, scholars and department students.

Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A
Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A

Q.I.P FOR STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS IN COLABRATION WITH N.I.A.S.A

TRADITIONAL MATERIAL WORKSHOPS – FOR ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS

TRADITIONAL MATERIAL WORKSHOPS – FOR ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS

HERITAGE WALKS & ORIENTATION PROGRAMS FOR ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS

HERITAGE WALKS & ORIENTATION PROGRAMS FOR ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS

PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS
PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS
PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS
PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS
PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS
PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS
PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS
PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS

PERIODICAL ACADEMIC REVIEWS, JURIES & EXHIBITIONS

STUDY TOURS

STUDY TOURS

SITE VISITS

SITE VISITS

SERIES OF INTERACTIVE SESSIONS ON CONSERVATION PHILOSOPHY & ITS VARIED THEORY WITH A CRITICAL HOLISTIC

SERIES OF INTERACTIVE SESSIONS ON CONSERVATION PHILOSOPHY & ITS VARIED THEORY WITH A CRITICAL HOLISTIC APPROACH – AR.NARENDRA DENGLE

SPECIAL LECTURES ON HISTORY AND ITS VARIED INTERPRETATION BY RENOWNED ARCHITECT AND HISTORIAN – DR.AVINASH

SPECIAL LECTURES ON HISTORY AND ITS VARIED INTERPRETATION BY RENOWNED ARCHITECT AND HISTORIAN – DR.AVINASH SOWANI

SERIES OF INTERACTIVES SESSIONS WITH SPECIAL EXPERTS ON PHOTOGRAMMETRY- ER.AGASHE EXPORING HERITAGE MAPPING – WORKSHOP

SERIES OF INTERACTIVES SESSIONS WITH SPECIAL EXPERTS ON

PHOTOGRAMMETRY-

ER.AGASHE

EXPORING

HERITAGE MAPPING – WORKSHOP BY DR. NIKHIL SHEJWALKAR

GIS AS TOOL OF

EXPERTS ON PHOTOGRAMMETRY- ER.AGASHE EXPORING HERITAGE MAPPING – WORKSHOP BY DR. NIKHIL SHEJWALKAR GIS AS TOOL
SERIES OF TECHNICAL SESSIONS WITH SPECIAL EXPERTS ON NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTS - ER. RAVI RANADE

SERIES OF TECHNICAL SESSIONS WITH SPECIAL EXPERTS ON NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTS - ER. RAVI RANADE

SPECIAL EXPERTS ON NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTS - ER. RAVI RANADE SPECIAL LECTURES ON STRUCTURAL CONSERVATION AND
SPECIAL EXPERTS ON NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTS - ER. RAVI RANADE SPECIAL LECTURES ON STRUCTURAL CONSERVATION AND

SPECIAL LECTURES ON STRUCTURAL CONSERVATION AND ART CONSERVATION – AR. S.GIRIKUMAR

CONSERVATION AND ART CONSERVATION – AR. S.GIRIKUMAR SERIES OF LECTURES ON STRUCTURAL BEHAVIORS AND FAILURES OF

SERIES OF LECTURES ON STRUCTURAL BEHAVIORS AND FAILURES OF TRADITIONAL BUILDINGS – ER. NENE

STUDENTS WORKS Tombs/ Burial Structures: HISTORY THEORY AND CRITICISM STUDY OF REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE M.ARCH.(
STUDENTS WORKS Tombs/ Burial Structures:
HISTORY THEORY AND
CRITICISM
STUDY OF REGIONAL ARCHITECTURE
M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
Interpretation Centre Designing in context,Shivaji Market Cantonment, Pune ContentsContents-ContentsContents--- •
Interpretation Centre
Designing in context,Shivaji Market Cantonment, Pune
ContentsContents-ContentsContents---
• Introduction
• Aims & Objectives
• Location and History
• Study-Area Level
• Issues-
1.Area Level
2.Building Level
• Case Study
• Proposal
1.Area Level
2.Building Level
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M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
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From student’s Dissertation Some parts of the palace exhibit decorative glazed tiles. The patterns created
From student’s Dissertation
Some parts of the palace
exhibit decorative glazed
tiles. The patterns created
resemble carpets
Some passages and rooms in
the later phase of
construction nave
geometrical patterns
The courtyard has typical
Farsbandi flooring.
The Old Darbar hall
shows typical Maratha
Patali work flooring with
cowdung finish.
At Some places, the
flooring needs instant
attention and cleaning.
The main door is a
combination of a typical
gothic style and Maratha
Devadi' door
A typical door with a
beautifully carved handle to
pull at the junction of the
styles.
A four leaf folding door
with louvers and
segmental arch
The main door leading to
second courtyard has
the typical Ganeshpatti
above it.
Door frames facing
termite attacks. Some
requireminor
repairs,painting /
polishing.
window showing influence
of Gothic style with a key
stone as a prominent
feature.
a typical Maratha Window
seen prominently in the part
constructed in the first
phase,in Darbar Hall
with some fixed glass
ventilators of different
shapes
Window in 2nd phase,
with segmental arch
ventilator.
Many windows need
repairs. Coloured Glass
panes are replaced by
opaque glass
M.ARCH.( ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION)
At Sinhgad College Of Architecture, Pune
Introduction to Conservation – LOUVRE PYRAMID
Introduction to Conservation – LOUVRE PYRAMID
CRITICAL APPRICIATION OF A MODERN BUILDING IN A HISTORIC CONTEXT View from the Louvre courtyard
CRITICAL APPRICIATION OF A MODERN BUILDING IN A HISTORIC
CONTEXT
View from the Louvre courtyard showing the joining of the Louvre (foreground)
and the Tuileries Palace (background), now a large empty space. I. M. Pei's
pyramid now stands in the foreground, instead of the grove of trees this work has
been largely critiscied and appriciated as well and stand as best example to
define the context critically.
and stand as best example to define the context critically. The museum is housed in the

The museum is housed in the Louvre Palace (Palais du Louvre) which began as a fortress built in the late 12th century under Philip II. This museum was actually built as the fort for Philip II and some remains of the fort are still present, not exactly in its best shape.

actually built as the fort for Philip II and some remains of the fort are still
actually built as the fort for Philip II and some remains of the fort are still
actually built as the fort for Philip II and some remains of the fort are still
actually built as the fort for Philip II and some remains of the fort are still
Architectural History Theory & Criticism I
Architectural History Theory &
Criticism I
It involved critical reviewing the ideologies and philosophies of eminent personalities which contributed in defining
It involved critical reviewing the
ideologies and philosophies of
eminent personalities which
contributed in defining the
perception of history, society and
life in totality which became the
base for conservation movement in
formulating itself from the roots of
interpretations…
Friedrich Nietzsche
from the roots of interpretations… Friedrich Nietzsche Karl Heinrich Marx ARNOLD. J. TOYNBEE (14 April 1889

Karl Heinrich Marx

ARNOLD. J. TOYNBEE (14 April 1889 – 22 October 1975)
ARNOLD. J. TOYNBEE
(14 April 1889 – 22 October 1975)

LEOPOLD VON RANKE

ANTONIO GRAMSCI (1891 TO 1937)

1975) L E O P O L D V O N R A N K E

(5 May 1818 – 14 March 1883)

Phadke haud

Conservation Studio I
Conservation Studio I
Kasaba peth Shaniwar wada Budhwar peth Ganesh peth Ravivar peth paga Shukrawar peth
Kasaba peth
Shaniwar wada
Budhwar peth
Ganesh peth
Ravivar peth
paga
Shukrawar peth
Chowk Moti Chowk Sonya M. Chowk Narhari Chowk Adinath Chowk Lal Bahaddur Shastri c.
Chowk
Moti Chowk
Sonya M. Chowk
Narhari Chowk
Adinath Chowk
Lal Bahaddur
Shastri c.

land use plan

Mixed use

Commercial

residential

Religious Public utility institutional
Religious
Public utility
institutional
residential Religious Public utility institutional Commercial and Residential Commercial Abandoned Durjansingh

Commercial

and

Residential

Public utility institutional Commercial and Residential Commercial Abandoned Durjansingh Someshwar t . Upper fl.

Commercial

Abandoned

Commercial and Residential Commercial Abandoned Durjansingh Someshwar t . Upper fl. Converted as godown
Commercial and Residential Commercial Abandoned Durjansingh Someshwar t . Upper fl. Converted as godown

Durjansingh

Someshwar t.

Upper fl.

Converted as

godown

Survey map (1872)

Shaniwar wada as political center.As migrants came the area land Developed for mixed use- residence and commercial use

land Developed for mixed use- residence and commercial use Abandone d Vacant Identification of heritage potential

Abandone

d

Vacant

Identification of heritage potential of traditional commercial lanes of Raviwar peth pune.

Corners are round in square in today’s context

Corners are round in square in today’s context Path Sant narhari chowk At squares roads are
Corners are round in square in today’s context Path Sant narhari chowk At squares roads are
Corners are round in square in today’s context Path Sant narhari chowk At squares roads are

Path

Sant narhari chowk

At squares roads are at right angles

Path Sant narhari chowk At squares roads are at right angles Someshwar a famous landmark in
Path Sant narhari chowk At squares roads are at right angles Someshwar a famous landmark in

Someshwar a famous landmark in Raviwar peth near Durjansingh Paga

Now on the back side of Someshwar road is developed . modern structures Are existed in Paga area.

near Durjansingh Paga Now on the back side of Someshwar road is developed . modern structures
near Durjansingh Paga Now on the back side of Someshwar road is developed . modern structures

CONTENTS

Part III

•Physical Planning •Socio Cultural Aspect Built Heritage •Residential Typology •Commercial and Mixe Use •Religious Typology •Institutional

Nowadays structures are cut in round at squares

Identifying Heritage Potential of Traditional Commercial Lane, Raviwar Peth ,

structures are cut in round at squares Identifying Heritage Potential of Traditional Commercial Lane, Raviwar Peth
Computer application
Computer application

Students explore the potentials of various soft wares in Analysis of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.

of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
of heritage through GIS mapping and replicating various elements and components of traditional architectural styles.
Conservation Studio II Aims and Objectives of the Policy Town level • Heritage Map of
Conservation Studio II
Aims and Objectives of the Policy
Town level
• Heritage Map of Junnar
Area level analysis of Junnar city – Heritage Character of the city • Shukrawar Peth
Area level analysis of Junnar city – Heritage Character of the city
• Shukrawar Peth
• Streetscapes and Building Heights
HEIGHT 19’
HEIGHT 19’
•Height Restricted to maximum of 19 feet
•Even the new buildings built are sensitive towards the height
•The height is taken as the average height of the top most sloping roof
Historic city
Historic city

Chronological development of solapur

Solapur is a heterogeneous city with different functions concentrating at different location. The landuse pattern within the city is governed by physical, cultural and economical functions. The landuse pattern influences the urban form, environment as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to growth.

as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to
as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to
as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to
as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to
as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to
as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to
as well as economical development of the city thus presenting opportunities for, or significant constrains to
Research Paper Aims & Objectives •Need for research •To understand concept Landscape & its paradigms
Research Paper
Aims & Objectives
•Need for research
•To understand concept Landscape & its
paradigms in today's context
•Hindu tradition of landscape design
•Understanding Islamic History in world & Indian
scenario (political history)
•Understanding Islamic landscape
•Understanding Islamic architecture in India
•Studying different elements of Islamic landscape
& philosophy behind
•Studying landscape development patterns in
Deccan region during Medieval period
•Finding Influence of Islamic landscape design
pattern on landscape design pattern of Deccan
region
•Identifying evidences, remains of Islamic garden
elements in Ahmadnagar & Aurangabad
Subject: Research Methodology
Faculty
Research
Sinhgad College of Architecture
Done by
Methodology
Influence of Islamic landscape planning on
Deccan Landscape planning in India during
medieval period
Dr. M. V. Telang
Prof. Vaishali Latkar
M. Arch. Conservation Sem IV
Vaidehi Lavand
Sem III (2010-11)
Conservation Studio III METHODOLOGY Annual Funding budgetin agencies g Present Public Legal demands Financial
Conservation Studio III
METHODOLOGY
Annual
Funding
budgetin
agencies
g
Present
Public
Legal
demands
Financial analysis
structure
And trends-
Issues and
potentials
From
Conservation
principle for
historical precinct
Policy formulation for
conservation of
tulshibag precinct
Legal structure and
legislative backup
For implementation
Legal structure and legislative backup For implementation research case study Present Future Indian/ developm
Legal structure and legislative backup For implementation research case study Present Future Indian/ developm
research case study Present Future Indian/ developm requiremen other ent t and countries control threats
research
case study
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rules
OBJECTIVES
•Identification of heritage precinct
•Analyzing the activity patterns and their changing trends
•Analyzing the heritage structures for conservation
•Understanding significance of cultural value in the socio-economic pattern of precinct.
•Identifying issues in conservation of heritage structure
•Checking the historical fabric with existing urban pattern
•Formulating policies and their implementation.
Studio – by ar sandeep j. joshi
M arch –conservation- Sinhagad college of architecture.pune.
Faculty-Dr M.V.TELANG ,Ar. Vaishali Latkar , Ar. Sonal Karanjekar

Chronology of development of tulshibag

1763

1806

1814

Conservation Studio III

1918

1763 1806 1 8 1 4 Conservation Studio III 1 9 1 8 Tulshibag drgs curtsy

Tulshibag drgs curtsy ar.kiran kalamdani

III 1 9 1 8 Tulshibag drgs curtsy ar.kiran kalamdani Studio – by ar sandeep j.
III 1 9 1 8 Tulshibag drgs curtsy ar.kiran kalamdani Studio – by ar sandeep j.

Studio – by ar sandeep j. joshi

M arch –conservation- Sinhagad college of architecture.pune.

Faculty-Dr M.V.TELANG ,Ar. Vaishali Latkar , Ar. Sonal Karanjekar

Conservation Studio III- design in historic context ZoningZoningZoningZoning RESIDENT IAL
Conservation Studio III- design in
historic context
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Dissertation 1.2 Aim & Objectives Trace the origin & development of a historical town Ahmadnagar
Dissertation
1.2 Aim & Objectives
Trace the origin
& development
of a historical
town
Ahmadnagar
To understand
the various
historical factors
involved in the
development
process
To develop a
methodology
for Political,
economical,
national,
environmental,
aesthetic
significance of
fort
To understand
the character of
the Fort in
terms of it’s
built & un built
heritage
To understand
the Fort as a
cultural
resource
To identify
issues regarding
Fort heritage
To formulate a
comprehensive
Conservation
Policy for Fort
1.3 Rationale
Defense structures like forts built in medieval period are either in ruin
condition or inaccessible for common public nearby. Due to lack of
open spaces, pollution in historic core these redundant defense sites
can pose as vibrant public spaces for traditional historic cities.
Thesis Topic
Framework for Management of Ahmadnagar Fort
Thesis
Sinhgad College of
Sign
Management Framework for Ahmadnagar fort Faculty -Dr. M. V.
Telang, Prof.
Architecture
Introduction & historic layers of Ahmadnagar
Sem IV (2010-11)
Vaishali Latkar
M. Arch. Conservation Sem IV
2.5 Relation of Historic City & Landfort of Ahmadnagar HERITAGE MAP - AHMADNAGAR Dissertation BEHAST
2.5 Relation of Historic City & Landfort of Ahmadnagar
HERITAGE MAP - AHMADNAGAR
Dissertation
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Sign
Management Framework for Ahmadnagar fort Faculty -Dr. M. V.
Telang, Prof.
Thesis
Sinhgad College of
Architecture
Introduction & historic layers of Ahmadnagar
Sem IV (2010-11)
Vaishali Latkar
M. Arch. Conservation Sem IV
100 CINTRA STREET WORKING DRAWINGS & SKETCHES Detail drawings made for WD as well for
100 CINTRA STREET WORKING DRAWINGS & SKETCHES
Detail drawings made for
WD as well for contractor
Professional Training
Professional Professional training at Jimmy Lim Design consultants, Penang Malaysia Faculty –Ar. Vaishali Latkar
Professional
Professional training at Jimmy Lim Design
consultants, Penang Malaysia
Faculty –Ar.
Vaishali Latkar ,Ar.
Sinhgad College of Architecture
Sign
Training
Sonal Karanjikar
M. Arch. Conservation Sem IV
Sem IV (2010-11)