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Master of Architecture (Built Heritage)

India has a long ongoing tradition of building that is reflected in its practices, knowledge systems and typologies. The vast resources from the past need to be contextualized in the present, demanding critical reflections on the question of what is heritage and its relevance in the present. Hence, there is a need for expertise in spatial concepts along with historical and present day political,...

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Master of Architecture (Urban Design)

The programme identifies the role of the urban designer in redefining the 21st century urban landscape and develops new paradigms of research, practice and pedagogy to meet the challenges of urbanization with the focus on sustainability and heritage. It aims to alter the very thinking and approach with which we look at urban design in India, and intends to create thought – leaders who shall...

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Master of Architecture (Interior Architecture)

The programme identifies the role of interior architecture as a specialist discipline of its own with a clear body of knowledge. It is an architecturally oriented programme with emphasis on spatial design as well as surface embellishments. The programme aligns with the core values of SSAA with the focus on critical thinking, art and aesthetics, sustainability and heritage. It aims to inform the...

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Master of Architecture (Landscape Architecture)

The program will endeavour to establish the importance of the role of landscape architects as stewards of the land, that strive to achieve the highest quality in the built and natural landscapes. The programme holds strong connections to regional planning, urban design, heritage, environmental resilience and architecture, in order to produce professionals capable of responding to the challenges...

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Master of Planning (Urban Planning)

India’s urbanization is taking a dynamic turn as 40% of the urban population will be living in cities by 2040. Urbanization in the era of globalization has created the new cities and changed urban patterns, which now range from industrial corridors to edge cities, and smart cities.

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