Home Architecture Design | Thesis | Motivation- Workshop
0 0 votes
Rate this

Design | Thesis | Motivation- Workshop

WhatsApp-Image-2022-05-09-at-1.01.07-AM.jpeg Design | Thesis | Motivation- Workshop

Thinking Hand NGO
Workshop (Webinar) on
Design – Thesis – Motivation 02
05 June 2022
In collaboration with Ketham’s Atelier Architects

Design | Thesis | Motivation – is a workshop by Thinking Hand NGO, with an intention to motivate young students from various disciplines and background of Architecture, Landscape and Urban Design. An online workshop conducted through panel members from three disciplines, who shall guide them on their respective verticals of design and with international guest panel members with lectures on design thesis.

Workshop and Lectures emphasises on understanding: what is design? What is Thesis? It’s Importance, It’s Process, and their interconnection from macro level to micro level with respect to Place, Climate, Context, Time, Space and Activity. Students often face challenges on how to start their dissertation, how to proceed further in exploring the nuances of their topic of research and how to conceive their design output. This workshop intends to through light on such issues and offers students an insight into their own topic and the whole design process.

Entry is free – Open to all Architecture, Urban and Landscape Design students (Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture)

Please send your Thesis abstract on A4 (300 – 500 Words only – Times Roman Font) by 30 May 2022 to [email protected] Selected students will be notified with detail program.

Panel Members:

Santosh Kumar Ketham (Innsbruck University)

Ravi Kumar Rudroj (SPA Delhi)

Sonali Dahotre (CEPT University)

Guest Panel Lectures:

Rachel Gyorffy (Graz University)

Rasha Sukkarieh (Beirut Arab University)

Alberto Fernandez Gonzalez (UCL University)

Yara Al Heswani (Damascus University)

Moritz Elbert (Technical University Munich)

More information on: www.thinkinghandngo.com


Short Description

As the success of our various creative workshops, competitions and exhibitions at national and international level. Thinking Hand NGO is yet conducting an upcoming ” design | thesis | motivation ” workshop with an intention to motivate young students from various disciplines and background of architecture, landscape and urban design. An online workshop conducted through panel members from three disciplines, who shall guide them on their respective verticals of design and with international guest panel members with lectures on design thesis. Workshop and lectures emphasises on understanding: what is design? What is thesis? It’s importance, it’s process, and their interconnection from macro level to micro level with respect to place, climate, context, time, space and activity.

Please find the attached link with the details of workshop poster, brief and program.




Organizer

Thinking Hand NGO

Link to Competition

Link to Registration form

Prizes

Students often face challenges on how to start their dissertation, how to proceed further in exploring the nuances of their topic of research and how to conceive their design output. This workshop intends to through light on such issues and offers students an insight into their own topic and the whole design process.

Type of Competition

Open to the public/Minimum requirements (Open to anyone that complies with the requirements), Single stage (Winners selected immediately)

Who can Participate

Entry is free – Open to all Architecture, Urban and Landscape Design students (Bachelor of Architecture or Master of Architecture)

Dates and Time Frame

Registration Opens May 10, 2022
Registration Closes May 30, 2022
Deadline to Submit Project May 30, 2022
Winners announcement Date June 5, 2022

Languages

English

Location of Competition

India

Location of Project (if developed)

Online

Additional Information

Banner, Poster, Brochure or Triptic of Competition

WhatsApp-Image-2022-05-09-at-1.01.07-AM-1.jpeg
0 0 votes
Rate this
Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x