Workshops

Workshops

Collection of various studies and learnings through documentation exercises and hands-on workshops

  • Mapping Divisive Landscapes
    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 …
  • Tracing Narratives in Landscapes
    Tutor: Prachi Nadkarni Landscapes as a by-product of interaction between man & nature, have many stories associated with them. The image of a landscape is to some extent the visual evidence of the stories that lie beneath. We observed the “Image” of landscape further in detail and tried identifying the hidden links and ended up …
  • Transient Human Environments
    Elective Tutor: Chaitra Sharad ‘Moving elements in a city, and in particular, the people and their activities, are as important as the stationary physical parts. We are not simply observers of this spectacle, but are ourselves a part of it, on the stage with the other participants. Most often, our perception of the city is …
  • Ferrocement
  • Tracing Origins
    Human civilization began its history with a natural resource: The Land; for its survival, sustenance and growth. We depend on this resource even today. Landscapes are a byproduct of this dependency. Land is a resource for many of the products that we use in our day-today lives. In the Metropolis that we live in, from …
  • Land Art Workshop
      Orientation to Architecture: Sem 1 (2019-20) Inspired by the works of a British sculptor and land artist, Andy Goldsworthy, this workshop was part of the First-Year Orientation Program. His works are transient with time and nature. Land art, basically, is an idea that emerges from nature around us and uses natural materials like rocks, …
  • Monument Conservation|Hands on experience Workshop
      Monument Conservation|Hands on experience Workshop was conducted by Prof Minakshi Jain at Nagaur, Rajasthan in   May 2016 in association with the Mehrangarh Museum Trust, Helen Hamlyn Trust and the Outreach Open Studio. This is a short report as the outcome of the workshop. Instructors: Minakshi Jain, Chaitra Sharad, Manasi Chokshi Student Participants: Vaishnavi Desai, …

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