eeWhat: The National Convention is an annual congregation of Architects organised by The Indian Institute of Architects. IIA NATCON 2015 is being hosted by IIA West Bengal CHAPTER on behalf of the National body to bring together the professionals to discuss and deliberate the various facets of architectural development, practice and education and the future vision.
WHAT: The Symposium will be the culminating event of the series of activities starting from 27 August 2015 to commemorate Le Corbusier 50th death anniversary, to go on to celebrate his birth anniversary falling on the 6 October as well as Chandigarh’s official inauguration on 7 October 1953.
An initiative of the Charles Correa Foundation, ‘DWELL’ is a workshop for Architects, Designers and Students of Architecture and Design to instigate thought on mitigating increasing urban densities especially in the context of housing and urban living. The workshop intends to introduce the many perspectives, forces and pull-push factors that influence life in a city. Continue reading DWELL 2015→
What: The Vimal Jain Foundation and the Indian Institute of Management, Bengaluru are organising a 5 day workshop from August 11th to 15th, 2015. Modeled on the Glenn Murcutt Masterclass conducted annually in Sydney, The Bangalore Workshop 2015 focuses on the processes of observation and documentation as the necessary precursors to speculation.The workshop is being conducted by Richard Leplastrier and Peter Stutchbury, both accomplished teachers, practitioners and Australian Institute of Architects Gold Medal recipients. Both of them have also been involved in the Glenn Murcutt MasterClass since its inception in 2000. Dr. B.V. Doshi will join the Workshop on the last two days for the final reviews and public lectures.
A 4-week rigorous architectural design studio in three diverse locations in India culminating in the POOL*, Ahmedabad.
UNABASHED MODERNISM Set amidst the Aravalli hills and dotted with lakes is Udaipur; an important historical city in the southern part of Rajasthan. It has a dense urban fabric and like many cities in India witnessed rapid growth and changes in the old city which is continuing.The design programme will include an urban insert addressing the rich historical context while imagining the future.
What: Over seven editions, 361° Conference has evolved as the singular most relevant platform for discussion and discourse on architecture and design in India. Since its inception, the forum has captured the progressive nature of design creating in its wake an arena for the emerging and influential practices in India. As a thought-provoking platform, 361° in its eighth edition will continue to celebrate the power of thoughts and ideas and initiate a truly relevant dialogue on architecture and design.
What: The Pune Biennale, a joint venture between Pune Municipal Corporation and Bharati Vidyapeeth, is a grassroots movement that aims at promoting and showcasing creative talent from various visual media of expression including visual arts, architecture, and photography. The theme of this edition of Pune Biennale is “Heritage- Yours and Mine”.
What: Celebrating interdisciplinary collaborations, UnBox is a space that brings peers from like-minded communities together along with counterparts from different genres and disciplines. The theme of the 2014 UnBox Festival is “All Together Now” and it will take place on December 12, 13, 14 in Central Delhi across multiple venues. Continue reading UnBox Festival 2014→
What: Indian Institute of Architects, Trivandrum Centre in collaboration with the Landscape Foundation, India has organised talks & presentations under the focus ‘Celebrating Landscape’ by eminent landscape architects and designers on the occasion of Award Presentation Ceremony of Landscape Foundation Students’ Design Competition 2014 based on the theme Seen Unseen and 50 Years of Modern Architecture in Kerala. Continue reading Celebrating Landscape→