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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.
STRUCTURE AND LIGHT A combined module pedagogy between History and Building Construction in Understanding Structures and Light in Built Forms. Rediscovering Medieval Principles of Construction Gothic – Architecture CARE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, Trichy 29.10.2017 Lead – Prof. Durganand Balsavar Along with Faculty Coordinators Ar.Murali, Ar.Belinda, Ar.Monisha A One day hands-on workshop for Architecture Students to[…]
A workshop on “Research methods and Architectural Writing” for the 4th year students. The three day long workshop aimed to bust certain myths about thesis and helped students to formulate guidelines and methods for a more meaningful thesis exploration.
Landscape Architect Kannamma, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, National Institute of Technology Tiruchirappalli presented on ” Basics of Thermal comfort and Design Best Practice methods to Minimise the Impact of Building Materials on Urban Microclimate ” for students of third semester, as part of their Climate and Built Environment Curriculum, on Friday 13th of October, 2017
Lecture cum Workshop on Elements and Principles of Art and Architecture by Ar.Tamilarasan as part of the Basic-Design studio.The students were given an opportunity to explore the theories introduced during the lecture in a hands on manner on 22nd September.
“Hangout- A small share with CARE” was an exhibition initiated by the students of second year Architecture design studio. They exhibited the work progress of their project 1- “Fuel station” on the 9th September’17 . The exhibition was open the department faculties and students to crit and to enhance their interactive learning.