EVENTS

Date: 07/07/2017

Venue: SBPCOAD

Subject: Tree Plantation Drive for Architectural students and Professor's

S.B.Patil College of Architecture and Design had organised a Tree Plantation Drive for Architectural students and Professor's on 7th July, 2017. The Purpose of the drive is to create awareness among the students regarding the importance of trees and the environmental concerns.

OBJECTIVE:

1. Include the students and Professor's in the activity together which helps in creating interactive and healthy relations between the two sector's

2. Impart information about the trees and their native origins along with their environmental importance and impacts.

OUTCOME:

Plantation at the college campus will inculcate the feeling of belonging and caring for the planted trees while being at the college on a daily basis over a period of time.

GUEST OF HONOUR: MR. DHAIRYASHIL KHAIREPATIL

Date: 27/06/2017

Time: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Venue: SBPCOAD Seminar Room

Subject: Earthquake Resistant Techniques for High Rise Buildings

The lecture was based on earthquake resistant techniques for high rise buildings. The speaker talked about the earthquake resistant features that could be applied in the building during the designing and construction process so as to increase the chances of survival of both buildings and their occupants.

OBJECTIVE:

To understand - What makes a building or structure fail in earthquakes & how can we make buildings resistant to earthquakes with earthquake engineering .

OUTCOME:

Students have learned the importance of designing earthquake resistant buildings with various techniques.

GUEST OF HONOUR: AR. VIKRAM HUNDEKAR

Date: 20th June 2017

Time: 1:00 PM

Venue: SBPCOAD Seminar Room

Subject: Campus Planning

Campus Planning is used for campus development in a way that gives physical form to the Campus, through the effective use of architectural, environmental, human and financial resources. The focus was on Campus Identity: Creating a distinctive sense of place, Architectural language & Campus Identity, Open spaces, Material Palette, Proportions, Scale & Massing. The lecture was based on case study & some own projects.

OBJECTIVE:

To understand the campus planning with respect to all parameters.

OUTCOME:

Students have learned the importance of campus planning, the parameters to be considered & the process of campus designing from site analysis to the final design.

Date: From 10-January 2017- 13 January-2017

Subject: Design-II

The students visited Alibaug and two villages nearby namely- Bamnoli and Varsoli koliwada.

Aim - To study the traditional architecture, the built and open spaces with reference to the activities taking place in those places.
Study of the building technology and the local materials used for construction.
Students had to prepare drawings based on their study and also design a structure in the climate of the region. This will help them understand how to respond to different climatic conditions.
A site is selected and design of a primary health centre has been proposed as there is lack of primary health services.

Date: 5-March-2017

Subject: Building technology & Materials Visit to College of Military Engineering

A site visit was scheduled for the first year students under the subject ''Building technology and materials''. This visit was scheduled on 15th March 2017. The visit was organized by Ar.Nazneen Ahmed and accompanied the subject faculty, Prof.Avani Topkar, Prof.Rachna Bhosle, Prof.Prajakta Thamke andProf. Roshni Yettiwar.

During the visit the students got to see the model building for demonstration of various building materials their application and types of doors and windows. Professor from the college of military engineering gave students a brief introduction about the model room and demonstration building.

Wai: One day Tour

A Study Tour is a course combined with a short-term period of group travel designed to introduce you to other countries or cities & cultures by bringing to life what you are learning in the classroom. Hence, inclusion of Study tour in our academic curriculum plays a crucial role providing an opportunity to students to execute and enhancing their skills, knowledge and competencies with self-development and actualization to be a professional in future.

A one day tour to Wai and Menawali was organized for first year students along with faculties on 1st October 2016. Students visited Menawali a village in Wai which has a history of Nana Fadnis wada and the ghats constructed by Nana Phadnis. It was his retirement abode. A brief history was narrated to the students about Wai and Menawali. On the way back they had a treat to visit Mapro garden where students enjoyed sweets and shopping.

Date: 24 August 2016

SITE VISIT: Apartment under construction at Thergaon, By: Prathmesh Developers, Pune

Subject: Building Technology and Materials-I

Accompanied By: Prof. Avani Topkar, Prof. Prajakta Thamke, Prof Roshni Yettiwar

OBJECTIVE:
1. To study the materials and tools required for building construction.
2. To study the building elements.
A site visit for the study of various materials and tools and building elements was organized for the students of first Year Bachelor of Architecture of our College to the above site, as per their Academic curriculum.
The students studied the following:-
1. How to use tools and materials during construction of building
2. What are the various elements of building Students learned the technique and mechanism of mixers. Students were allowed to take photographs and sample materials for future reference.

Date: From 16th November to 25th November 2016

Subject: Design-IV

STUDY TOUR AT JAIPUR, UDAIPUR, CHITTPRGARH & MOUNT ABU

Class: Second Year Section A & B

Objectives of study tour & settlement study: - Study of a Settlement of a semi urban type/ community in an urban location and the analysis and documentation w.r.t. lifestyle of occupants, climatic and topographical response, semipublic built and open spaces, and associated architectural character as a part of fourth semester Design syllabus.

Methodology: Students are supposed to do the settlement study and analysis of the selected area near Badi chaupad, Jaipur. It was initiated in two parts

  • Pre - work before visiting the settlement and
  • At site work during study tour and
  • Post work after visit.

Also it is more important as a student of architecture to study the wide spectrum of the climate, lifestyle, culture and architecture of the rich settlement of Mewar & Marwar. The Havelis, Forts, Temples and other Monuments not only add the sense of the architectural vocabulary but also the sensitivity towards historical influence of our country.

Students have analyzed well the diversity in the settlement pattern, climate and topographical features of the places they have visited in study tour and also they have tried to cope themselves for contextual planning and architectural style.

Study tour schedule

SR. NO.

DAY

DATE

FIRST HALF

SECOND HALF

1

0 Day

16-Nov-16

_

Departure to Jaipur @ 3:00 PM

2

1st Day

17-Nov-16

Travelled to Jaipur

Reached Jaipur @ 1:30 PM

3

2nd Day

18-Nov-16

Visit to Hawa Mahal & Jantar Mantar.

Students worked on Settlement study Survey

4

3rd Day

19-Nov-16

Students worked on Settlement study Survey

Students worked on Settlement study Survey

5

4th Day

20-Nov-16

Visit to Amer Fort & other

Students completed Settlement study Survey

6

5th Day

21-Nov-16

Travelled to Chittorh Garh visit, Site visit for AD

visit to Chittorgarh Started travelling for Udaipur design problem.

7

6th Day

22-Nov-16

Visit to Udaipur City palace

Visit to Fateh Sagar lake.

8

7th Day

23-Nov-16

Reached at Mt. Abu

Visit to Dilwara temples & Nakki lake,

9

8th Day

24-Nov-16

leaving for Abu road

Return journey to Pune

10

9th Day

25-Nov-16

Reached Pune @4:00 AM

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Date: 13th January 2017

Subject: Building Technology & Materials-IV

VISIT TO RCC SLAB AND STAIRCASE CONSTRUCTION SITE
near Sambhaji Nagar, Nigdi, Pradhikaran, Pune

Class: Second Yr Section A

  • The objective of the visit to show the construction methodology for RCC slab and staircase
  • To make students familiar with reinforcement, additives and concrete standards in RCC

The visit was scheduled on 13th January 2017 after first half of College. Students had their own means of transport as the site was not more than 2 KM from college. It was mandatory for the students to wear uniform, identity cards and shoes. The total numbers of students present were 37 accompanied by 2 faculties.(Prof. Priyanka, Prof. Gurudeep). All the students left the college at 1.00 pm and reached the site by 1.25 pm.

Mr. Ram Manukot (site engineer) accompanied us on the site tour. The students were given a common introduction about RCC Construction and the different materials used in concrete. The casting of RCC slab for first floor was on site and students saw the method of filling a slab with on site material mixing. students learned about formwork, falsework, scaffolding, concrete additives. Students also calculated the labour requirement and understood the reinforcement detailing.

Mr.Ram again cleared the doubt of students and a small question answer session was conducted. His friendliness and assertiveness was very motivational and student showed interest in coming back. Student Nikhil made a vote of thanks and ended the site visit with a group photo.Student were again escorted back to the college and a sketching and report writing exercise was taken till day end of college.

Date: 28th January 2016

VISIT TO SHIRKE CONSTRUCTION RMC PLANT, PIMPE WAGHERE, PUNE.

The visit was arranged on 28th June 2016 for the students of Second year Studio A of S.B.P.C.O.A.D.

  • The objective of the visit to show the working of a RMC plant.
  • To make students familiar to different components of concrete

The visit was scheduled on 28th June 2016 after first half of College. Bus transport was arranged for the student from college to the site. It was mandatory for the students to wear uniform, identity cards and shoes. Helmets for the visit were to be provided by the Site executive. the total numbers of students present were 37 accompanied by 3 faculties.(Prof. Priyanka, Prof. Gurudeep, Prof. Niharika). The bus left the college right on decided time at 1.30pm and reached the destination at 1.55 pm.

Mr. Shrikant Tambaku (site engineer) accompanied us on the site tour. the students were given a common introduction about RMC plant and the different materials used in concrete. Due to inadequate construction site helmets batch of 20 students were taken at a time accompanied by faculty for the site tour. the student saw the store room of materials, the RMC plant and its functioning from monitor room. Fresh batch of concrete was prepared in front of the students as demonstration.

Detail explanation of admixtures, its quality and uses were explained. The time and distance for the RMC concrete to be used on site was explained. students understood the technique and mechanism of mixers. Students were allowed to take photographs for future reference. some students also took some material for sample.

Mr. Shrikant again cleared the doubt of students and a quick question answer session was conducted. He even invited student to visit the site again once the foundation and precast work starts. His friendliness and assertiveness was very motivational and student showed interest in coming back. Student Anushka presented a vote of thanks and ended the site visit with a group photo.

Date: 02 March 2017

Subject: History of Architecture

Name Of The Project: Name of the Project: Measured drawing for AGAM MANDIR (Jain Temple), Katraj, Pune.

A site visit for Measure drawing was organized for the students of Second Year Bachelor of Architecture (Section-B) of our College to the above site, as per their Academic curriculum for the Subject History Of Architecture- III, for the topic - Measure Drawing of Historic Structure.

The above historic structure is located at Katraj area of Pune, where students went for studying and measuring the structure in detail. The head of the temple gave all the information regarding the history of the structure, including the scale of project as well as the Design of the temple.

Date: 11-March 2016

Subject: Building Technology & Materials-IV

Site Visit: Bay Window Study at Rohan Mithila Society, Pune

Resident's name: Mr. Rajiv Sharma, PCMC

A site visit for BAY WINDOW study was organized for the students of Second Year Bachelor of Architecture (Section-B) of our College to the above site, as per their Academic curriculum for the Subject Building Technology and Materials-IV, for the topic - Windows in non- timber material (Bay Window).

The above residential project site is located at Ravet, PCMC.

Date: 07 March 2017

Subject:Building Technology & Materials-IV

Name of the Project: ESCALATOR STUDY, Big Cinemas, PCMC

Company Name: Thyssenkrupp

The maintenance Engineer, Mr. Ramesh Bhute interacted with the students, by providing them information regarding the process of installation of the escalators. They also briefed them about its working process.

Date: From 28th November to 05th December 2016

STUDY TOUR AT AHMEDABAD, GUJARAT

Objectives of study tour:Study of campus design with reference to design development of existing campus to understand the integrating functions/spaces, structure and services in building, choice of structural system with respect to surrounding and climatic context as a part of fourth semester Design syllabus.

Students need to do the relevant case studies with respect to the given design problem and document the analysis regarding location and site plan, space requirements and allocation of spaces, Bye-laws, Commercial aspects and services. Interrelationship between spaces and with surroundings, climate considerations, crowd management and multifunctional - flexible spaces are the key features of the study.

Students have analyzed well the diversity in the campus planning, climate and climate responsive features of the structures that they have visited in study tour and also they have tried to cope themselves for own design problem.

Study Tour

SR.NO.

DAY

DATE

FIRST HALF

SECOND HALF

1

0 Day

28-Nov-16

_

Departure to Ahmedabad

2

1st Day

29-Nov-16

Visit to IIM (Old Campus) Visit to Sidi Sayyyid Mosque

Visit to IIM (New Campus) Visit to Teen Darawaja& Jami Masjid

3

2nd Day

30-Nov-16

Visit to Mill owner

Visit to Sangat

4

3rd Day

01-Dec-16

Visit to Gandhinagar

Visit to AksharDham Temple

5

4th Day

02-Dec-16

Visit to CEPT

Visit to Gandhi labor institute

6

5th Day

03-Dec-16

Visit to NID

Visit to Nirama

7

6th Day

04-Dec-16

Visit to Step well & Sarkhej Roza

Return to Pune

8

7th Day

05-Dec-16

Arrival to Pune

Date: 16th November 2016

Subject: Building Technology and Material (T.Y.B. Arch)

Topic: Modular Kitchen and Sliding folding doors.

Visit to HAFELE Design center, Shankar Sheth Rd, Swargate, Pune

The visit was arranged on 16th November 2016 for the students of Third year of S.B.P.C.O.A.D.
1. The objective of the visit to show the working of Sliding folding doors and various hardware.
2. To make students familiar to different hardware fittings and its application in design.

The visit was scheduled on 16th November 2016 after first half of College. Students asked to visit directly to display center during specific timings. Students have visited in batch of 20 students. The total numbers of students present were 60 accompanied by 3 faculties. (Prof. Nazneen Ahmed, Prof. Ajay Harale & Prof. Swapnil Kuldharan).

Ms. Ankita K. & Mr. Radhakrushna A. (Store manager & Tech. representative) accompanied us on the visit. The students were given a common introduction about Sliding folding doors and Modular Kitchen in first half (in class). The students learned about different component and hardware fittings used for sliding folding door and modular kitchen assembly & kitchen cabinets. Students were allowed to take photographs for future reference. Some students also took some material for sample.

Date: 17 January 2016

Subject: Building Technology and Material (T.Y.B. Arch)

Topic: Market Survey for Aluminium windows

Date: 4th January 2016

Subject: Building Technology and Material (T.Y.B. Arch)

Topic: Market Survey for False ceiling

Date: 14th January 2016

Subject: Building Technology and Material (T.Y.B. Arch)

Topic: Market Survey for Timber Furniture and wooden Joinery.

Date: 24 November 2016

Subject: Landscape Architecture & Environmental Science

Students of third year have visited Sunglow nursery and Veer Savarkar Udyan-Ganesh Talav park during second semester as a part of curriculum of Landscape architecture and environmental sciences.

Aim and objective

To evolve understanding of plants material -trees, shrubs, ground covers, climbers etc. physical characteristics ,form ,function, habit and behaviour in grouping

Outcome of the assignments

To observe practically variety of plants as a sapling at nursery and as a full grown plant, grouping and seasonal variation etc. at the park.

Date: 8th and 9th February 2017

Speakers: S B Patil college of architecture and design is hosting an exhibition “MRUNMAY”. This is the annual exhibition of the college. It was inaugurated at the hands of renowned architect Ar.Vikas Bhandari on 8th February 2017. This inaugural function was also graced by Director of PCET campus Dr.Girish Desai ,Principal of the college Ar.Ujjwala Palsuley and Ar.Vikram Hundekar. At this occasion Ar. Vikas Bhandari addressed the students about the various fields in architecture and also talked about the ancient architecture and their sustainable strategies. Also along with the exhibition our annual magazine “AICA” was inaugurated by the chief guest, along with other dignitaries on the dice.
The annual exhibition is the display of students work academic as well as non academic. The exhibition will be on 8th and 9th February 2017.

Date: 28 Aug 16

Speakers: Ravindra Dekhne

Date: 27 & 28 December 16

Speakers: Prof. S. L. Kolhatkar and Team Prof. Gurudeep Chikhalkar ( SBPCOAD)

Venue: P .C. C. O. E. Auditorium SECTOR 26, PRADHIKARAN NIGADI, PUNE 411044

A two-day workshop is being conducted in our institution for the benefit of students from First Year B.Arch to Third Year students. A team of experienced professionals, will be conducting this workshop

The aim of the workshop is that In the process of architectural design, we often observe difficulties in resolving the forces that affect the skin of the building. These forces are Thermal, Luminous, Acoustic and Aqueous environments, which need to be addressed at the schematic design stage, because most decisions, that affect building’s energy use, occur during this stage. Each of these factors needs to be confronted in a serial discipline, using scientific method. The process could be described in the following way:-

  • Analysis of Site and Climate: Analysing Site and its climate, study of the conditions prevailing and respond to them in form of design
  • Analysis of building Program and use: To understand the problem and its context. This would characterize the important variables and establish their relative importance
  • Passive Design Strategies: Formulate design strategies which are form generating and which also concentrate on revealing the relationships between architectural form, space and energy

Click here to see Workshop Poster!!

GUEST OF HONOUR: Ar. Prasanna Desai

SUBJECT: Brief introduction about FEED, Delhi ‘O’ Delhi, his experiences with different Architects.

GUEST OF HONOUR: Ar. Alok Ozarde & Ar. Rasika Shah

SUBJECT: Designing of interior spaces. They explained their projects and shared their experience in the field of Architecture.