Ideas

Achievements


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University Toppers

Year 2019

  • 1st Merit: Shubham Manish Betharia (2 Gold Medals)
  • 2nd Merit: Sanjana Sanjay Kinariwala
  • 4th Merit: Sameer Ramchandra Dongre
  • 6th Merit: Priya Arun Nakhate
  • 7th Merit: Ria Anil Mohta
  • 10th Merit: Pooja Bhagwan Gaurkar & Radhika Inder Hada

Year 2018

  • 1stMerit : Ashwini Suresh Ghodmare (2 Gold Medals)

Year 2017

  • 1st Merit:  Mr. Rohan Shripad Takalkar (2 Gold Medals)
  • 4th Merit:  Ms. Sakshi Vishvabandhu Gupta
  • 5th Merit:  MS. Sayili Ashok Sawarkar
  • 7th Merit:  Ms. Sonali Vishandas Fulwani

Year 2016

  • 10th Merit:  Mr. Vinay Khushal Girhe

Year 2015

  • 1st Merit:  Mr. Adwait Sachindra Limaye (3 Gold Medals)
  • 2nd Merit:  Ms. Neeruja Harish Gupta
  • 3rd Merit:  Ms Samiksha Baburao Wasade
  • 6th Merit:  Ms. Alija Saikia

Year 2014: (First Batch)

  • 1st Merit:  Ms. Madhura Milind Kulkarni (3 Gold Medals)
  • 3rd Merit:  Ms. Shivani Sanjay Sharma


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HERITAGE PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN COMPETITION _Kasturchand Park, Nagpur

A new angle to public space in heart of the city ..

Students win the competition for face lifting and revitalizing the historical Kasturchand Park hosted by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation in collaboration with the Heritage Committee, Nagpur. The competition was open to architectural schools across the city.

Devesh Chindhe, Nisha Bothra, Raunak Agrawal, Shurayu Rahate, Simran Sharma, and Sonali Fulwani (2012 batch, 5th year, IDEAS) worked on the proposal since past 3 months under the guidance of Prof. Ketan Kimmatkar and Prof. Abhay Purohit.

On 21st April 2017, they were honored in the presence of Guardian Minister Mr. Chandrashekhar Bawankule and Collector Mr. Sachin Kurve of Nagpur.

Nov 21, 2013
Alladin Trophy
Design trophy by IIID, Nagpur

It was a conceptual based design competition as a challenge to build a residence for Arabian folk tale character Alladin. The conceptual forms were derived out of the magical fantasies pertaining to Alladin, a task that took account of students’ power of imagination.

Mar 23, 2013
SAD trophy
Design trophy by IIA, Nagpur

IDEAS won the ‘Indian Institute of Architects, Nagpur centre – Prof S A Deshpande Studio Design Trophy’ for the year 2013. The Indian Institutes of Architects (IIA), Nagpur Centre conducts the competition each year for 8th semester students of architecture affiliated to the Nagpur University and VNIT.

Exhibition


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I-do – 2019

Dec 19, 2017
Ido – 2017
2017-18

Ido is an initiative where vertical interaction among students of all years is envisaged for a coordinated teamwork to bring out the creative best from each student.  It is a platform for learning between peers for a more enriching experience.

 

Objective:

An event where each one shall participate on the same platform and have equal opportunity to express, participate and execute.

 

Themes for the Competition:

  1. Under the shade
  2. Sense of place architectural design
  3. Urban reflections documentary on ballet of the street walk
  4. Companion of joy_ designing a canteen stool

Dec 19, 2017
I-SHOW – 2017
2017-18

IDEAS – (Institute of Design Education and Architectural Studies ) aims at achieving an All- round development of its students, in terms of, a sound knowledge base with an emphasis on enhanced creativity, strong communication skills and wide exposure to professional practices, throughout its 5-year B.Arch. programme.

 

the consistent hard-work put-in by the students in the pursuit of knowledge results into “a portfolio”, which is testimony of the knowledge gained, skills acquired and plight of ideas, together neatly presented, graphically illustrated and trustfully documented.

 

I-SHOW, is an attempt to display the exhibits of the ‘portfolio’, depicting the progressive understandings acquired by the students of Architecture, studying in IDEAS, Nagpur.

Lectures and Seminars


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Ar. Mahesh Mokha
A guest lecture on title "Career in Architecture"

Expert lecture on Career Counselling

 

A guest lecture on title Career in Architecture has been organized by our institute on 07/02/2019 at Studio room 1, IDEAS, Nagpur by Ar. Mahesh Mokha

 

Lecture Topic Career Opportunities in Green Building.
Objective of the event To guide students for future career in Green Building rating and scope in sustainable architecture.
Name of event organized Indian Green Building Council (IGBC), Vidharba Chapter
Name of Expert with Designation & Organization if any. Ar. Mahesh Mokha
Contact details of Guest.
Date of event 07/02/2019
Faculty co-ordinator of event Prof. Komal Thakur
Students of Year participate and number 3rd& 4th Year Students 120
Outcome of the event Students were benefited by the lecture on green building.
Feed Back analysis The experts cleared there doubts regarding professional career in sustainable architecture and offices to approach for there career development in future.

 

 

_________________

Prof. Komal Thakur

Co-ordinator


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Prof. Uday C. Gadkari
delivering lecture to final year Students, B.Arch.

Prof. Uday C. Gadkari Professor, IDEAS, Nagpur

Prof. Uday C. Gadkari delivering lecture to final year Students, B.Arch.


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Ar. Amol Shimpi
A guest lecture on title "Competitive Examination"

Expert lecture on Competitive Examination

 

A guest lecture on title Competitive Examination has been organized by our institute on 25.03.2019  at Auditorium, IDEAS, Nagpur by Ar. Amol Shimpi

 

Lecture Topic Competitive Examination
Objective of the event To guide students for competitive exam required for further studies in architecture and other related fields.
Name of event organized Lecture on Guidance for Competitive exams
Name of Expert with Designation & Organization if any. Ar. Amol Shimpi

RICS School of Built Environment, Amity University

Contact details of Guest.
Date of event 25.03.2019
Faculty coordinator of event Prof. Aadarsh Patil
Students of Year participate and number Final Year Students 75
Outcome of the event Students benefited by the lecture.
Feed Back analysis The experts cleared there doubts regarding competitive exams and guidance for appearing specific exams for higher education in required fields.

 

 

_________________

Prof. Aadarsh Patil

Co-ordinator


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Ar. Manish Paliwal
A guest lecture on title "Competitive Examination"

Expert lecture on Competitive Examination

 

A guest lecture on title Competitive Examination has been organized by our institute on 03/07/18  atAuditorium, IDEAS, Nagpur by Ar. Manish Paliwal

 

Lecture Topic Competitive Examination
Objective of the event To guide students for Competitive exam required for further studies in architecture and other related fields.
Name of event organized Lecture on Guidance for Competitive exams (GATE, CEED)
Name of Expert with Designation & Organization if any. Ar. Manish Paliwal
Contact details of Guest.
Date of event 03/07/18
Faculty co-ordinator of event Prof. HarshwardhanNagpure
Students of Year participate and number Final Year Students76
Outcome of the event Students benefited by the lecture and will explore the career opportunities in right direction.
Feed Back analysis The experts cleared there doubts regarding Competitive exams and guidance for appearing specific exams for higher education in required fields.

 

 

_________________

Prof. HarshwardhanNagpure

Co-ordinator


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Prof. Ajay S. Thomre
ON "Earthquake Design and Construction"

Prof. Ajay S. Thomre Professor, IDEAS, Nagpur

Prof. Thomre delivering lecture on “Earthquake Design and Construction” to 10th  semester, B.Arch.


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Prof. Milind K. Gujarkar
ON "Architectural Design - I"

Prof. Milind K. Gujarkar Professor, IDEAS, Nagpur

Prof. Gujarkar delivering lecture on “Architectural Design – I” to 2nd semester, B.Arch.


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Guest lecture by Asad Firdosy
on Timber Joineries.

Coordinated by – Prof. Vaidehi Pathak

 

1 Year/Semester 4th semester
2 Subject Construction techniques and Building Material
3 Date: 01-11-2018
4 Duration: 2 hrs
5 Number of Students: 120
7 Objectives: To explore basic types of joints and its application in various building elements. To understand timber joinery principles.
8 Outcome: Enhanced the knowledge of students about Tiber joineries and its various applications in Building construction.


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Ar. Sunil Humane
on “Reflection of Culture on Architecture ”

Coordinated by – Prof. Ketan Kimmatkar

 

1 Year/Semester 3rd year
2 Subject Architectural Design VI
3 Date: 23-02-2018
4 Duration: 1 Day
5 Number of Students: 100

 

7 Objectives: The orientation about culture’s role in space design

 

8 Outcome: 100% students were benefitted in understanding culture in architecture. Helped in the design problem for 3rd year students.

 

 


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Introspection session by Vishwanath Kashikar
on "Climate Responsive Architecture"

Coordinated by – Prof. Sumit Patange

 

1 Year/Semester 4th semester
2 Subject Architectural Design III
3 Date: 18-03-2017
4 Duration: 1 Day
5 Number of Students: 122
7 Objectives: To provide expert advice on students work before reaching their final Design stage.
8 Outcome: Enhanced the knowledge of students about Climate responsive architecture and have better design approach.


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Ms. Pinky Datta (ASTRAL Informatics)
on “Building Information Modelling ”

Coordinated by – Prof. Adarsh Patil

 

1 Year/Semester 4th semester
2 Subject Computer application
3 Date: 06-08-2015
4 Duration: 1 Day
5 Number of Students: 30
7 Objectives: To introduce the students to the concept of BIM.
8 Outcome: Enhanced the knowledge of students about building information modelling (BIM).

Site visits


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Ahmadabad Study Tour 2019

Ahmadabad Study Tour

Objective; In the 7th semester design the project was given to design commercial complex cum bazaar (contemporary Bazaar)  to Study this typology students went to Ahmadabad and study different typology of markets like APMC Market, Bhadra Plaza, Law Garden street market and commercial street along CG road.

Date 30June 2019 to 5 July 2019

No. Of students–  45


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FIELD PROJECT REPORT AUROVILLE, PONDICERRY 2019

  1. Brief:

The field project is to conducted for caring out studies of “Sustainable construction Studies” has been an academic initiative to expose students to wide spectrum of alternate construction techniques practiced and invented in India. This gives an opportunity to seek knowledge and experience the diverse nature of man and environment relationships. During this interface, they shall come across various aspects of technical and theoretical construction procidures which helps them understand the covert relationship of habitat and climate, locally available building materials and biodiversity, resource and rituals for sustainability etc. Importance of cultural diversity and its conservation shall also be understood.

  1. Objectives:
  2. To make students understand and analyze the site and surrounding both at macroscopic and microscopic levels for various aspects.
  3. To help them understand the symbiotic relationship of activities and spaces at individual and neighborhood level and also to interpret philosophies with those symbiotic relationships.
  4. To document and understand art and artifacts, tools and instruments involved in alternate and sustainable building construction techniques..
  5. To undergo the procedure of applying techniques of formal and informal documentation.
  6. Schedule of field work:
 Day-1 Aug 07 Board the train from Nagpur. Train No. – 12622
Train Name: Tamil Nadu Exp.
Day-2 Aug 08
Arrive at Chennai railway station. Transfer to Pondicherry (4hrs).Checking, (Hotel Abikrishna) freshen up and have Lunch. Explore the French town and Tamil settlements in Pondicherry.
Day-3 Aug 09
Post breakfast explore Auroville and later return to the hotel for dinner.
Sacred groves :
We would be visiting solar kitchen bowl, vikas,creativity, humanscapes kalpana followed by international house for a site tour and interactive session with the architect
 Earth institute:
Resource centre,  work yards inside the earth institute compound and various displays of works done by volunteers and workshop outputs .
Day-4 Aug 10
Have early breakfast and checkout. Proceed to dakshinachitra. Further proceed to the railway station for return train.  Train No. – 12615   Train Name: Grand trunk exp .


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RURAL DESIGN STUDIES 2019,

  1. Brief:

The field project of “Rural Design Studies” have been an academic initiative to expose students to majority of rural expressions. This gives an opportunity to seek knowledge and experience the diverse nature of man and environment relationships. During this interface, they come across various aspects of lifestyle of villagers which helps them understand the covert relationship of habitat and climate, occupation and biodiversity, resource and rituals for sustainability etc.

  1. Objectives:
  2. To make students understand and analyze the site and surrounding both at macroscopic and microscopic levels for various aspects.
  3. To help them understand the symbiotic relationship of activities and spaces at individual and neighborhood level.
  4. To document and understand art and artifacts, tools and instruments evolved from lifestyle of villagers.
  5. To undergo the procedure of applying techniques of formal and informal documentation.


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ACADEMIC FIELD VISIT 2019, JODHPUR, KONKAN, NAGPUR

4th Semester field trip details, 2019

 

Introduction

At IDEAS, Architectural design studio III  deals with climate responsive design.  Under pre design study, groups of students are taken to different Indian villages with extreme climatic conditions to make them understand and experience the climate in first place.  The attempt is  to make students aware of climate as a part of context in such regions and other contextual parameters that direct the way of life, culture and architecture of the place.

Villages  in India are evolved through years and have their own identity which is place or region specific. The evolution is in response to the context which acts as a supplier. Various contextual parameters like location, history, topography, climatic conditions, and resources available build up the system of village, settlement and house form. It has its own sustainable systems which are developed in different aspects like culture, community, social structure, artifacts etc. All these parameters are interwoven to form the regional individuality and can also be observed through architectural expressions.

The compiled documentation is outcome of the village study conducted by group of students in three different climatic regions, hot and dry, Warm and humid and composite climate. Village in desert region, coastal region and central India are taken under study. The study tries to trace the way of life  and architectural expressions in response where climate and surrounding conditions direct the livelihood.

  1. The objectives of study are
  • Tracing context and climate response through way of life of villagers
  • Understanding the response to context and climate at settlement level, cluster level and house form level.

Following are the parameters are under consideration for study.

Social structure

Food and clothing, art and artifacts

Festivals and rituals

Annual seasonal and daily activities

Context, climate, architectural systems and techniques

Village planning, street orientation, built and open space formations, vegetation, plan forms, built and open relationships, space planning,                      storage spaces, cooking and other activity areas, openings, walls, roofs, use of material and construction techniques displays how the systems                  are developed in response to climate and has evolved as regional character of that place.

 

  1. Number of students

Number of students in Rajasthan tour – 51

Number of students in Konkan Tour – 47

Number of students in Nagpur tour – 12

  1. Dates of tour – 30th January 2019  to 5th February 2019


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KONDAGAON FIELD TRIP 2019, BASTAR

Institute of Design Education and architectural studies in collaboration with District Administration Kondagaon, built a Bihan market out of Bamboo at Kondagaon for the local artisans, as part of the outreach proramme for community empowerment.

Principal Prof. Abhay Purohit believes that as architects, we have a significant role in improving our built environment and hence the well being of our community. He believes that architects play a major role in creating public awareness about social and environmental issues.

He believes, this consciousness needs to be raised when young, creating awareness through the education system. As part of this outreach to the local community, IDEAS tied up with the district Administration at Kondagaon to build a structure for the local artisans, a Bihan market.

Coordinated by Prof. Veepa Jariwala and Prof. Harshawardhan Nagpure, in association with Ar. Nisha Bothra, (Alumni IDEAS) and Ar. Rishabh Jain both from Jagdalpur, 25 students of sixth semester headed to Kondagaon, between 12th February 2019 to 17th February 2019. The objective behind this workshop was to learn the local techniques of bamboo construction. The objective also was to explore the local culture in the way they live, they eat, they dance, etc.

This outreach program was an exchange learning program with the local artisans. Understanding the needs and aspirations of the artisans and the way they handle the material, one may be required to unlearn some skills and take a back seat, which was quiet a learning experience for everyone. To find on site solutions to the needs and demands on the site and of the local community, requires skill development of a different nature.


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SETTLEMENT STUDIO FIELD TRIP 2018, CHANDERI

Introduction to Settlement Studio

 

Chanderi, known for its Chanderi handloom Sarees made from silk and cotton, has a significant association with the living tradition of handloom weaving in almost each house of the settlement. Nestled between two Urban Centres of early Medieval period Gopairi(Gwalior) and Suadoni (Sironj Kund) in the basin of river Betwa.

The Ain-e-Akbari, written by Abul Fazl during the Mughal emperor Akbar’s reign, talks about the fine weaves of Chanderi. The writer of Ma’asir-e-Alamgiri, written during Aurangzeb’s reign, informs us of the existence of an imperial workshop in Chanderi which produced an extremely fine cloth, with gold and silver worked into it.

From the familiar sound of the throw shuttle pit looms inside the houses playing along Chanderi’s own Community Radio station, to the painstaking process of preparing a taana roll manually on the streets of Chanderi, it is a beautiful example of community living.

This field trip was carried out by Xth Semester students coordinated by Prof. Veepa Jariwala and Prof. Harshwardhan Nagpure. Prof. Milind Kamble assisted the Studio.

The study was carried out from 1st Oct 2018 to 30th October 2018, where the students visited Chanderi, as part of the field trip, between 13th October to 19th October.

 

Premise of the Studio

 

“Neighborhood Foods, Smells, Materials and Structures can tell us a lot about who lives, works and visits there. Spatial Patterns of human settlements is determined and re adjusted by the daily human needs and also by their social norms and culture settings”

                                                                                                                  ……… Amos Rapoport.

 

Urban Settlement Study, the Xth semester studio, aimed at studying and understanding the various layers that made these old settlements so distinct in their character. Derived from the tangible and the intangible aspects of their lifestyles, these settlement studies enrich students’ experience and knowledge base.

 

Taking Chanderi as a case, which is one of the iconic sari weaving settlements in India. Situated on an important trade route, it still retains its medieval character in the way, the houses are built, the clusters are arranged or the sari weaving activity is continued in the pit looms on soft flooring regularly treated with a mixture of mud and cow dung.

Old settlement patterns have a rich vocabulary of how the community lived and interacted with each other. These older settlements, unlike the present ones had their own distinctive character influenced by various parameters that included social organisation, cultural manifestations, political and economic backgrounds, environmental context etc.

For students of architecture, understanding these parameters that govern the built environment becomes very essential to develop a sensitive approach towards building design.

Chanderi, a small medieval weaver’s town, was taken up to study these rich overtones. Most of its traditional clusters still intact – the old linear stone houses, spatially built around the weaving looms, the changing activity patterns of the streets abutting their houses to the redefined roles of the Baolis, that marked each cluster level open space, became an interesting case.

Tracing how the weaving activity and the looms defined how they lived, worked, ate, slept within the house or interacted and socialized outside formed an interesting base to the whole study.

 


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RURAL DESIGN STUDIES 2018,

Rural Design Studies is a Summer Studio organized for the students who have completed second semester. The objective of the programme was to expose the students to various layers of design, which is tightly woven in the daily lives of the people living in villages.

The various layers of design in form of architecture, artifacts, festivals food, clothing, etc. also play an important role in defining the culture of these villages.

Indian villages sans designer or architects are evolved over a period of time in coordination to the various routines, lifestyles,, social structure, work places as a collective impression.

Rural Design Studies 2018, was carried out in the Mendha village and Dongargaon Village in the Gondia District.

Workshops


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ACCE
ACCE Workshop 2018-19

This curious introduction to the world beyond books culminates when students are exposed to various challenges and are motivated to think out of the box and find an amicable solution. A workshop conducted in the premises of I.D.E.A.S in collaboration with the Association of Counselling Civil Engineers (A.C.C.E.) acted as a medium to expose the students of 3rd year to various work related atmospheres they will come face to face with once they move out of college.

The Association of Counselling Civil Engineers, Nagpur branch often conducts such workshops for college students. The organisation is headed by Sandip Shirkhedkar.

May 17, 2018
Team Building workshop
for the students of Semester VII

Team Building workshop for the students of Semester VII was held in the month of May 2018 by Expert Mr. Arvind Chittewala of The Learning Circle from Nashik

 

The Key Objectives of the Studio were

  • Time Management in order to give time bounded deliverables of respective subjects and also to manage time between, personal, academic and social life.
  • Multitasking in subjects / activities as key to achieve desired results in Architecture.
  • Working in Team: Team Building: Keeping aside all ups and downs and difference in opinions, can we all work as part of team addressing bigger agendas.
  • Setting up Vision to decide future and generating foresighted vision