Opportunity to interact with well known Architects and Professionals from other related fields.
Hands on and Experiential approach to Learning
Learning beyond the confines of Classrooms and Syllabus
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C.A.R.E. School of Architecture, with an annual intake of just 40, was started with a vision to provide the right environment for wholistic architectural education, an education that equips young architects to create “a sustainable built environment that responds to climate, context and the changing needs and aspiration of the society”. The C.A.R.E campus is designed by renowned Architect SANJAY MOHE which prvides the right environment to learn architecture. At the C.A.R.E School of Architecture young aspiring architects are provided with the opportunity to interact with well known architects and other professionals from other related fields, exposed to hands-on workshops, experimentation and analysis making the teaching methodology unique and effective. The constant and continuous faculty development programs besides a very active and strong advisory committee comprising of eminent practicing architects and academicians makes the curriculum effective.
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Reconnaissance survey presentation and review with studio mentor Ar.Biju Kuriakose ,architecture RED ,Chennai and Ar.Venkatesh ,Bangalore –urban design studio ,semester Ix
Ar.Biju Kuriakose ,architecture RED studio visits C.A.R.E.School o f Architecture,as a mentor for the Urban Design Studio..9/7/2017
Ar. Senthil Kumar Doss, play Architecture, Bangalore and Ar.Utsav Mathur,GMETRI,Bangalore visit the CARE Campus on 13/7/2017 for the catenary design build workshop
The Third and final build phase of the catenary workshop is underway.. The erection of the formwork was intense and required atmost precision in dimensions and coordination between the site team and the drawing team, back and forth exercises from drafting board to site and vice versa were reviewed before the process of erection of[…]
Five Mile Radius- a workshop on alternate materials and appropriate sustainable technologies explored Mud, Bamboo ,concrete Debris and lime as building materials . A nine day long intense workshop ,the students conceived and Erected four bamboo structures designed to serve as pause points along the route to the hostel complex within the campus. The many[…]
Happy to share that we could successfully conduct the workshop-“Travellers Transect- 17” on “Architectural Design thinking through Analytical Diagrams”. 12 Students from three colleges were participated. The workshop was scheduled with a number of site visits out of which the diagram making during a train trip to Nagapattinam was more interesting. On the last day,[…]
When skill, a passion for learning ,innovative techniques and dedicated mentoring come together the results are bound to be spectacular… Such was the concluding session of the workshop on”How Buildings Stand ?” – a week long intense process in understanding structures through analytical models , conducted by Prof.V.r.Shah, an academician and a reputed structural consultant,and[…]
Why do we document? Is it necessary to learn and intepret history? How Is it relevant in contemporary times? These are question that often linger amongst students with respect to history in the Architectural curriculum. The three day long documentation workshop mentored by Prof.Joseph Aranha,Fulbright scholar and academician from the Texas Tech University at[…]
A Seemingly simple Question more often than not taken for granted by Architects or made the civil Engineers purview…. The ongoing workshop, by Prof.V.R. Shaw and Ar.Mangesh both Academicians from Ahmedabad, is an attempt to shatter all existing myths about looking at structures and delivering structural concept to students of Architecture. Into the third day[…]