The lecture started with a series of visuals highlighting the evolution of dwelling units across the world and the basis of different spaces in response to varied contexts. She shared her research idea on the concept of dwelling that's understood as a part of one’s basic needs and considered private can be inferred as an urban element by intervening it in the context of time, place and user group.
The lecture series was hosted by CAAD students with great zeal. Prof Vinodh Vijayakumar, Director, CAAD, introduced Mr. Vikram to the audience.
Mr. Vikram shared his experiences of student life in three sessions. In the first session he presented his award winning thesis project “Sangraha Sangam – A decentralised idea of city museum for Pune” and interestingly explained the evolution of his design part that took inspiration from the historical and cultural context of Pune. As the second session of the lecture Mr. Vikram presented his academic portfolio and gave glimpses of his various academic projects across semesters. In the concluding session he shared his personal experiences as student architect and highlighted the significance of the learning opportunities every architectural college provides to the student.
Mr. Vikram interacted with Students of CAAD and answered to various questions asked by the students on various topics.
Prof Vinodh Vijayakumar, Director, CAAD felicitated the speaker with a memento at the end of the session. The event concluded with vote of thanks by CAAD student representative and with a high tea.