Enabling creativity and imagination from the Environment
Broadening the dialogue and leading to new directions
Research & Innovation
Pushing the boundaries of Knowledge with practical Applications
Learning beyond the confines of Classrooms and Syllabus
The C.A.R.E. (Centre for Applied Research and Education) School of Architecture intends to serve as a platform, connecting academia and industry. We believe that the practice of Architecture about the process of understanding, above aesthetics and visually pleasing edifices. The discernment is about ‘The Environment and the People’. School takes a wholistic and interdisciplinary approach to education. We aim to cultivate creative thinking capabilities with scientific temper, contextual sensitivity, strong social connect and empathy. Our campus is designed by the renowned Architect Sanjay Mohe. The backdrop proves to be an excellent setting to learn architecture. The healthy faculty development programme at C.A.R.E, assists us to sustain a continuous dialogue towards an effective curriculum. Besides, we can boast an experienced advisory committee, with eminent practicing architects and academicians.
CARE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
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Life @ CARE
The figures that matter: Ideal staff student ratio of 1:10 Student intake per year limited to 80 These figures gain importance in the light of the demands that the architectural education /course poses where Teachers act more as facilitators and mentors than as mere tutors and are in one to one contact with the students.
Clay relief workshop Instructor: Artist Mark Rathinaraj, Artist Antony Raj On Photos: 1. Final output of clay relief workshop 2. Students making base drawings for mask 3. Artist Mark demonstrating the process 4. Clay preparation 5. Getting the base for mask done 6. Artist Mark guiding students 7. Artist Antony guiding students 8. Making of Read more about Clay Relief Workshop[…]
Linocut workshop Instructor: Artist Mark Rathinaraj, Artist Antony Raj On Photos: 1. Final output of linocut workshop 2. Students are prepping lino sheets for carving 3. Artist Mark sorting out images to be carved on lino sheets 4. Artist Antony guiding students to dye lino sheets 5. Students carving out images drawn on lino sheets Read more about Linocut Workshop[…]
Heritage Trail Trail lead : Ar. Maniyarasan The sites of Moovar kovil and Aivar kovil located in Kodumbalur consist of early Chola temples restored and conserved by Archeological Survey of India. The meticulous carvings and structural elements serve as a living testimony, showcasing the Chola’s mastery in temple architecture.
UPASANA can be interpreted as a culture, system, practice, or even a lifestyle that should be followed for a healthy, creative & stress-free life. The 04 days program generates an awareness of the human body, body movements, mind control, and psycho-physical balance required for a sound life. Introducing our Linocut Workshop as part of the Read more about Orientation 2023 – Announcement[…]
Workshop Instructor: Ar. Bogadhi Sandeep Our students undertook a transformative 10-day workshop in Diskit village, nestled in Ladakh’s enchanting Nubra Valley. Guided by principles of sustainable architecture and local cultural heritage, students collaborated with earth architecture practitioners to construct a shelter using the ancient technique of rammed earth, under the guidance of Sandeep Bogadhi, principal Read more about C.A.R.E. + Earthling.Ladakh[…]
Workshop Instructor: Ar. Parvathy Kartha & Ar. Ganesh Babu This intensive workshop delved into Geographic Information Systems (GIS), focusing on the practical analysis and interpretation of location-based data. Participants engaged in hands-on activities, from mapping local points of interest to understanding spatial trends, gaining practical insights. Students worked directly with data, learning how to effectively Read more about QGIS And Data Visualisation[…]
Workshop Instructor: Ar. Vijay Kumawat This workshop delved into the diverse world of graphic design, covering essential elements such as color theory and typography. Through a combination of theoretical instruction and practical projects, participants were encouraged to expand their creative horizons both individually and in collaborative settings. The progression of each project was a testament Read more about Basics of Graphic Design[…]
Workshop Instructor: Ar. Sudha Palepu In this program, students worked with everyday kitchen items like onion skins, pomegranate peels, and marigold flowers to extract dyes. They witnessed the transformation of these materials into vibrant colors on fabric and paper, blending science with creativity. The visit to the Athangudi tile making factory provided a close look Read more about Pandemic Dyes[…]
Workshop Instructor: Ar. Rajkumar Ramalingam & Ar. Navalavan Chezian Our students embarked on an incredible journey through time and space during the 5-day workshop on Visual Storytelling. From delving into the majestic tales of early Chola temples to translating those narratives into breathtaking artworks, every moment was a captivating exploration of creativity and history. Day Read more about Visual Storytelling[…]
Workshop Instructor: Ar. Balaji Rajasekaran CAST Workshop explored casting as a technique and explored an operative design framework that synthesize the multiple formative forces of spaces. Physical forces acted as an agency of design, following the legacy of learning through making and thinking through hands. The workshop investigated the physical parameters as effective constraints in Read more about C.A.S.T[…]