An Ignite Talk by CEPT student and alumnus wins first position at DigiFab Conference 2018
The pace of these technological developments is far beyond the advancement in craft practices of our culture. The current digital possibilities seem limited to supporting the culture of skill and making but collaboration amongst the developers and users can build a strong association between technology and nature.
An MURP student's paper selected for the 6th National Seminar on Architecture for Masses
Participatory planning is being used as a word of fantasy wherein the community has no role to play. This encourages dissatisfaction amongst the people and they lack a feeling of responsibility & ownership of the plan.
The lecture talked about the important role that urban planners should play
Cities are labour markets. If we accept this premise, only then can efficient urban planners enter. I am well aware that every year I’m learning more about the city. It changes every year; and you have to adapt to it.