The process of mapping is a sensitive approach to break the barrier between the architect and the human geography to achieve more sensitive and sustainable solutions. Using Narrative mapping as a tool to empathetically understand contexts as a composite of human engagements and desires, this module attempts to sensitise ourselves as future architects. It used the keywords Caste, Class, Region, Religion and Nation as a springboard to understand this social landscape.
Conducted over a span of 6 days, the students wrote, designed and compiled 5 books as a deliverable of the workshop.
Tutors : Manasi Chokshi, Riddhima Khedkar, Nisha Nair
Shraddha Bardia, Purva Chalke, Akshad Chavan, Mayank Kanade, Harshita Patil, Ketaki Ranalkar, Shreyas Shirgaonkar, Anchal Singh, Sujay Zende
Shreya Kamble, Gargi Kulkarni, Archana Mandhan, Sayam Mulani, Vedang Pandeshwar, Johan Patel, Prathamesh Patil, Nimish Sawant, Niyati Shah, Ananya Singh
Nidhi Chotaliya, Smith Chheda, Lalit Dahivalikar, Vaishnavi Desai, Omkar Jadhav, Daksh Jain, Maria Mamaji, Manvita Neve, Ekta Oza, Vivek Parmar
Snehal Jadhav, Leona Dabreo, Aman Shikalgar, Sahil Shaikh, Divyata Kochrekar, Shrutika R Walunj, Rutika Narayane, Sayli Kuchekar, Atharva Chavan
Ansh Patel, Ayushmaan Saha, Bhavya Patwaa, Divyanshi Bhandari, Heet Jain, Krishi Jain, Prachi Chavan, Sanyukta Rasane, Srushti Tamboli, Surochis Ghag