1. Krishna Rao JAISIM
    Krishna Rao JAISIM October 23, 2012 at 10:29 am . Reply

    Fifty years of architecture, Practice and education has convinced me beyond reasonable doubt that the majority of Schools of Architecture have no clue of the profession and its demands.
    This very creative yet very responsible and responsive of all professions challenges the Human Mind and Body to change in continuum as it evolves every single moment.
    Schools of Architecture, as seen from today s scenario, ought to restrict themselves to teaching the theory, history and the TOOLS in the FIRST THREE years. NEXT TWO YEARS spent under a professional architect of the student s choice, is the prerogative of the individual student to explore, search beyond research, and EXPRESS the built living environment as he comprehends with content on the context. These are challenges and have a myriad moods of expression and yet have strong fundamentals.
    One can learn alphabets and notes in many languages and culture, BUT to string them together as a meaningful OBJECTIVE goal demands a discipline no other profession exerts.
    And then after the formative years ONE should under his her own preferred choice choose guidance from a mentor.
    All this will blend Art and Technology to a synthesis to herald new visions.
    Architecture is for the Living Man and his her Mind and Body.

  2. vaani dua
    vaani dua December 18, 2012 at 7:53 am . Reply
  3. Mohammed Nihan
    Mohammed Nihan August 28, 2015 at 5:55 pm . Reply

    Superb and inspiring one….!!!

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