The students further explored the use of clay in evolving fluid forms and thoroughly enjoyed the fruitful workshop with high-spirited delight. Art Studio Mr.Vinoth Kumar from CAAD co-ordinated the workshop and ensured the essentials in order and the effective participation of one and all.
As a part of academic curriculum, the second years made a comprehensive study of a rural settlement to create a holistic understanding of the socio – cultural, geographic, and economic aspects that shape the built environment.
Students were taken to a village SIRUKARUMBUR in Vellore district for on site documentation of the village in three phases.
|Phase – I||Visual and Socio Economic Documentation||12th Jan ’16 – 13th Jan’ 16|
|Phase – II||Physical Documentation||31st Jan’ 16 – 3rd Feb’ 16|
|Phase – III||Vernacular study Documentation||12th Feb’ 16 – 15th Feb’ 16|
Students got exposure to the methodology of conducting various surveys covering physical, visual characteristics and socio economic aspects. They were able to understand the vernacular and traditional architecture involving local building materials and construction techniques.