The founders led a moral infrastructure which encourages the participation and leadership in the founders led a moral infrastructure which encourages the participation and leadership in profession of understanding that this better world will make a better institute, a professionally focused organization. In which the educational experiences include many avenues of learning.
The classroom lecture is an important component of Bachelor of Architecture course, all along with that we also celebrate a declaration and constitute a model upon in which there is more to a college experience than just academics. Our students gain critical leadership and team-building skills through participation in student professional organizations that is extra mural activities introduced in Wednesday afternoon of every week.
These soft skill programs are enhanced along with the regular academics which encourage our undergraduate students to identify innovative solutions to technical challenges and also help them to develop leadership quality and managerial skills. Given an environment that supports and encourages inquiry, our next generation of Architects will be well prepared to address the complex global challenges of tomorrow. The faculty members are the primary focus in these activities to help students’ at all academic levels.
The mission is to provide an avenue for outreach of the Architectural education that emphasizes practical experience of the real world with the regular academic course. This will lead to a successful career in the Profession. Our faculty is working toward that goal only. They also encourage Team work to make the dream work.
As truly “what really matters are : hope, trust, responsibility, compassion, and a sense of justice and the power of a positive outlook that motivates to believe that students can achieve…in order to achieve”.
These words are a wonderful definition of fostering individual independence and self-reliant through education which aim at lifting students up to a new level of capability and develop their personal and professional skills.
" I don’t know why people hire architects and then tell them what to do. "Born on the 28th of February 1929, Canadian architect Frank Gehry has become world famous for the numerous buildings that he designed and that became tourist attractions. The list of projects also includes the architect’s private residence along with others such as the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Guggenheim Museum or the Dancing House.Frank Gehry
" A doctor can bury his mistakes but an architect can only advise his clients to plant vines. "Born on June 8th 1867, he died in 1959 at the age of 91 and during this period he became an architect, interior designer, writer and educator. Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,000 buildings and his philosophy was that there should be harmony between humans and their natural environment, a concept he called organic architecture. One of his most iconic works was a project called Fallingwater, a house he designed in 1935 and which was partly built over a waterfall.Frank Lloyd Wright
" Architecture is a very dangerous job. If a writer makes a bad book, eh, people don’t read it. But if you make bad architecture, you impose ugliness on a place for a hundred years. "Born in September 1937, the Italian architect first became known for his collaborations with other architects and slowly made his name famous for his own style and projects. Some of his most recent projects include The Shard, a 87-storey skyscraper in London, currently the tallest building in the UE. He also designed the New York Times building which sits in Manhattan and is promoted as a green structure due its numerous sustainable features and energy-efficiency.Renzo Piano
" I see my buildings as pieces of cities, and in my designs I try to make them into responsible and contributing citizens. "Famous for designing some of the world’s tallest buildings, Cesar Pelli is an Argentine American architect born on October 12, 1926. He designed the Petronas Towers, the iconic twin skyscrapers in Malaysia which were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 till 2004. they feature a diamond-faceted facade and they each have a pinnacle standing 73.5 meters on top.Cesar Pelli
" here are 360 degrees, so why stick to one? "She is an Iraqi British architect born in 1950, famous for her neofuturistic designs that evoke the chaos of modern life. The buildings she designed are characterized by curving forms, elongated structures and multiple perspective points. A defining project is the Heydar Aliyev Center in Azerbaijan, a building which plays an important role in the redevelopment of the city it’s in. Its fluid form merges with the landscape and the two form a harmonious duo.Zaha Hadid