An intensive course on research writing for students of architecture, design and planning. It addresses specific elements of research writing including abstract and keywords, literature review, citation and plagiarism, use of multiple sources and structure and editing. We will focus on how to express the results of your research and field work in writing, develop critical reading skills, and integrate sources to make more effective arguments. The sessions are conducted in workshop-mode involving presentations, writing exercises, peer reviews and one-on-one feedback sessions. It would be particularly useful for students in early stages of thesis-writing and research projects.
Art and Architecture have always been intrinsically tied together. Cross disciplinary explorations and collaborations between both have yielded path breaking results as is evident in the projects of Zaha Hadid, Peter Eisenmann, Rem Koolhaas, Daniel Libeskind and many more.
This workshop has been especially designed for Designers, Architects, Artists, students and young professionals to enable them enhance their thought process to be able to conceive works of great originality and creativity.
Participants will take up works of Art of their choice as a point of departure to arrive at a conceptual thought process of space making articulated in third and fourth dimensions using the digital medium.
During the process of evolution from Art to Architecture, the work of Art chosen as inspiration will remain as a trace in the background to reveal a highly original work with a fresh expression and immense potential.
he workshop attempts to explore, critique and understand unique thought processes and histories of Deconstruction, minimalism and Post-modernism. The workshop will introduce participants to relevant theories and expose them to radical design practices shaping the present and future of architecture and design.
A series of lecture presentations on theories and their design applications by distinguished architects in their projects will form the basis of learning during the workshop. The Workshop encourages participants to explore a spectrum of cross disciplinary inspirations in order to evolve a better understanding of these thought processes. Interested students must contact the undersigned for registrations and additional information. The workshop shall be conducted on a digital platform with a digitized report as a culmination of the research conducted.
The aim of this course is to teach participants Contemporary Computational design tools such as Rhino and Grasshopper. This fifteen day workshop guarantees basics of Virtual scripting to create 2D and 3D models of structures and cities. The workshop is open for everyone who wishes to learn some new technologies.
This is an introductory workshop to Rhino and Grasshopper. This workshop aims to introduce participants to the world of computational design through Rhino and Grasshopper. Once the basics of Grasshopper(barebones) and Rhino are covered, few plugins like OpenNest, Kangaroo 2, and Ekl will be introduced. These plugins will increase the potential of what we can do with both the software.
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