Moving from India to United Arab Emirates for my schooling made me to experience the innumerable kind of spaces. The dynamism and the vigor in the design made me to feel the diversity of spaces over the years I have been through. This triggered my interest in architecture and I knew that architecture would be part of my life. As my sister was preparing for National Aptitude test for architecture, the study was more of my interest. To be frank, I was an average student in school but I was one of the top scorer in the National Aptitude Test for Architecture exam, thus giving me an enhancement to learn more about a subject which I like and thrive upon and making me design spaces which creates experience to the users and learn more about architecture.
My education enabled me to develop a broad yet unified outlook of architecture. I learned and developed substantially in my field and imbibed versatile skills in architectural design and other subjects. I learned various software’s such as AutoCAD, Sketch up, Photoshop etc. to improve and to strengthen my presentation and designs. Along with my academic success I actively participated in co-curricular activities and made my college proud amongst the architecture colleges in Pune, by participating in various design competitions, workshops and sports tournaments held at institute and national
Ramus has all the attributes that make him a creative designer. He has ability to analyze design aspects and to observe failures. These abilities are needed to be encouraged for students and junior architects to reach more creativity in architecture (Hyman 2014). Although, architecture is field of practical thinking as same as engineering which means it need hard thinking (Vidal 2013). It also need soft thinking – actually more than before- because of its philosophical and artistic aspects.
Corbusier was a designer a lot like Paul, an architect, and painter. Mostly known for making suitable living conditions for high-populated cities. He also was in “modern high design”, meaning designing lavish areas of a house (Lewandowski). Now knowing basic information about Paul Rand, his life can be explored even further by going into his career and who he was as a graphic designer. It is no secret that Paul Rand became a graphic designer from his early interest in this career field.
People fly around the world to they can see the beautiful buildings that were built a very long time ago. Architects have to go through many classes to be able to design buildings that are going to be safe for people to live in. They also have to think about the environment they are going to be building in. Mother nature can throw a lot of thing at a building like earthquakes, hurricanes, wind storms, and dust bowls. Architects have learned different ways to build buildings by the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, and the Industrial Revolution.
1.1. Research Approach “Built environment, is an important part of our living conditions, affecting our experiences, feelings, memories, and ultimately the decisions we make.” (Pallasmaa J., 1994) “Design is a tool we use to touch people, engage their senses and enhance their lives.”Michael Graves Human response to architecture is usually based on subjective emotions: I like that building, I hate this space; this room is so open, this office is oppressive. But something more nuanced is happening to elicit these responses. (Outcome of the 2014 conference of the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture-ANFA by Berg N.) Neuroscientists have found that distinctive processes occur in our brains—consciously and subconsciously, cognitively and physiologically—from the moment we step into a space. These processes affect our emotions, our health, and even the development of memory.
The State Board of Secondary Education syllabus inculcated in me a Numerical Problem solving skill for my engineering profession. Therefore after high school with Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry as my mains, I took up Mechanical Engineering at KL University as under graduation. An enormous number of challenges, thrown out by rapid development in Science and technology have made me choose engineering profession. The deep interest and passion for Manufacturing has led me to take Mechanical Engineering. It has given me a comprehensive exposure to the core areas of manufacturing, mechanics, Hydraulic Machines and Designing .It introduced me to a wide range of subjects, both in and outside the field.
With four of them – Lyndon, Turnbull and Whitaker – he later founded an architectural studio MLTW responsible for building the famous Sea Ranch Condominium I. Also at Princeton Moore practiced as an assistant to professor Luis Kahn, who greatly influenced his design process and his general approach to architecture. Through the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s he had work as a lecturer and teacher in a number of well-known Universities such as University of Utah, Princeton University, University of California, Yale University, University of Texas. During this time he also wrote many books about his philosophy as an architect and different aspects of a design process. Some of his most famous publications include “Water and Architecture” and “Poetics of
No two different words or visuals, however similar they may be, ever convey the same meaning. This realisation continues to fuel my creative process in every visual and non-visual media project I undertake. When I entered architecture school at KLS GIT six years ago, not only did my perception of Language unfurl to include the mediums of image and space but also opened a whole new perspective on it, one that was organic and manoeuvred by the story I had created for the user’s experience. Urban Design, the discipline that also informed my Bachelor’s Thesis, seemed to me, the most sweeping way of creating lasting experiential narratives for people that was driven by their choices in the maze of spatial and functional possibilities. Eventually, my thesis told the story of Belgaum’s oldest, thriving urban community, their cultural and economic challenges and the potential change in the narratives of their lives through communally-owned built insertions in its residual spaces.
As a student, I learned Civil Engineering basics with keen interest. The fieldworks during the laboratory session and the lesson on Surveying, Construction Materials, and Strength of Materials drew a great deal of enthusiasm in me. Importantly, subjects like Design of Steel Structure, Prestressed Concrete Structure, and Highway Engineering kindled the interest to gain more knowledge in Civil Engineering. To fuel my knowledge fire, I participated in many national level college events, workshops, and seminars that helped me to understand civil engineering better. I have successfully done an intellectual industrial visit to L & T Construction, Chennai,