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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.
National Aptitude Test in Architecture (NATA-2018)
The Third thesis panel review underway with the eminent panel of Ar. Harimohan Pillai, Ar. Kosalraman and Ar. Sathish Moses.
The intent of the school versus the pedagogy adopted for content delivery in studios and theory subjects was the topic of critical discussion in the recently concluded mid -semester review. Mid-semester reviews are always looked upon as a time to retrospect on the past year and workout the way forward for the forthcoming academic year. Read more about Mid semester Review[…]
The third year students of architecture explored the vernacular architecture of Manapad and Virapandianpatanam on 3rd and 4th March 2018. The students explored the spatial organization from macro level to micro level, hierarchy of street pattern. They were also exposed to observe and understand various climate responsive strategies practiced in the vernacular buildings. Students understood Read more about site visit – vernacular architecture[…]
The students of third year C.A.R.E school of Architecture are scheduled for a study visit to the villages along the coromandel coast of Tuticorin district – Manapad and Virapandianpatanam. The study visit is to understand the vernacular architecture, spatial organisations, material and construction techniques that is witnessed in these vernacular buildings which enhanced these buildings Read more about site visit – vernacular Architecture[…]
03 March 2018: 09.00 – 17:00 Hours – Alumni Thesis Presentations – Ar.Sabari, Ar.Mahaswetha, Ar. Thenammai and Ar.Haritha Requirements – Design sheets to discuss with your seniors
The Second thesis panel review underway with the eminent panel of Ar. Harimohan Pillai, Ar. Kosalraman and Ar. Sathish Moses.
A Site Visit to Kodumbalur Chathiram to understand its structure and construction techniques was organized for the first years along with Er. Ranjendran, Thanjavur, who has worked extensively with bricks and compression structures. He offered insights into the structural principles and sequences of construction involved in the making of the Chathiram A model making exercise Read more about Site – Visit Kodumbalur Chathiram – 27th Feb, 2018[…]
A two day site visit to Rameshwaram ,to understand conservation and adaptive reuse through a live project ,was organised for the final years . The projects were the Mohabeer dharmashala,A adaptive reuse building and Ramakrishna mutt which is currently being restored.The visit was mentored by Ar.Asai Thambi who has done extensive work in conservation,restoration and Read more about CONSERVATION SITEVISIT – 21,22 FEB[…]
As.Madhumitha The second in a series of alumni presentations on thesis approaches was done by Ar.Madhumitha,alumnus,C.A.R.E.School of Architecture. Well know for her hand skills , she presented her thesis and emphasized on the need to manually ideate through sketches for improved understanding of scale and better comprehension of the site. …
A presentation on “communicating ideas visually” was presented by Ar.Tamilarasan. An initiative to emphasize on the importance of diagramming / visualizing and presenting data as graphics.