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Event Calendar

May
5
Tue
2020
Design competition – THE LOCKDOWN DESIGN CHALLENGE for SAP Students
May 5 @ 1:00 pm – Jun 15 @ 2:00 pm
School of Architecture and Planning and Department of Design have jointly taken up a great initiative to utilize the school’s design potentials and seeks to see this lockdown as an opportunity and hope. The departments have initiated a design competition – THE LOCKDOWN DESIGN CHALLENGE, Design from your home for your home.

Objectives of Event: 


Covid -19 has indefinitely got us locked up in our homes and has been challenging and has been very different for each one of us. Though it’s a big pause, yet it’s an opportunity for designers to observe their immediate surroundings in a way we have never done before and come up with innovative design solutions to make their homes more comfortable. All the outstanding designs, as finalized by the jury shall be incubated to be realized as a prototype and further have the designs registered through SHARDA UNIVERSITY with THE PATENT OFFICE, Government of India.

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For queries   –  tldchallege@gmail.com

Jun
2
Tue
2020
5 Days Faculty Development Program (FDP) on New Research (International Webinars) SAP @ ZOOM
Jun 2 @ 4:00 pm

School of Architecture and Planning are organizing a Five Day FDP on New Research ( International Webinars) on 2nd, 3rd, 10th,17th & 24th June 2020.

Objectives of Event:

The aim is to bring design and Architecture faculty in dialogue with professionals from across the globe. This will allow the faculty to understand the new wide range of research possibilities. All aspects, such as academic, research, professional, cultural, gender emerging fields, new skills, and cross disciplinary possibilities will be discussed.

Date of the event:

Day-1, 2nd June 2020 (Tuesday) at 4:00 PM onwards by: Chihiro Sato
Day-2, 3rd June 2020 (Wednesday) at 4:00 PM onwards by: Lukas Büdenbender
Day-3, 10th June 2020 (Wednesday) TBA
Day-4, 17th June 2020 (Wednesday) TBA
Day-5, 24th June 2020 (Wednesday) TBAConvener:

Coordinators:

Speaker: 

Day: 1 – Chihiro SatoDesigner through visual communication and service design,  Chihiro gained the Master of Science degree in Design Research in Germany. While she worked for more than ten years in the commercial design industry as an expert graphic designer, she has participated in the interdisciplinary neighborhood community developing projects and started exploring the role of design for social innovation. Currently, she has joined a social start-up in Berlin called Dycle which aims to bring a circular economy and sustainable impact.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/chihiro-sato/
 
Day: 2 – Lukas BüdenbenderAs an architect, Lukas has worked in various fields, ranging from interior design to the development of projects for institutional buildings, with a special focus on the historical heritage field and on wooden projects and buildings. Always conscious over the matter of constructability, Lukas has always focused on executive projects and problem solving approaches, seeking to bring into reality what lies within the scope of ideas.

Such a quest finds depth in his academic endeavors, where the focus of the discussion about education is the conductive line. For his Diploma Thesis, Lukas developed a proposal for an Architecture School that took into consideration the conception of the human being through the perspective of the Anthroposophy. For his Master Thesis, Lukas dealt with the conceptions concerning the human being and their relation to the role of art and aesthetics in the developments of Schiller, Moholy-Nagy, and Steiner.

Day: 3 – TBA
Day: 4 – TBA
Day: 5 – TBA

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86183186935

International Dialog Series – My Research Journey so far… by: Chihiro Sato, organized by SAP on 2nd June 2020 @ ZOOM
Jun 2 @ 4:10 pm

School of Architecture and Planning is organizing  “International Dialog Series”  The First Dialog is “My Research Journey so far… Chihiro Sato” on 2nd June 2020.

Objectives of Event:

International Dialog Series

The aim is to bring design and Architecture students in dialogue with young professionals from across the globe. This will allow students to understand the wide range of possibilities ahead of them and with that, to envisage a dynamic future for themselves. All aspects, such as academic, research, professional, cultural, gender emerging fields, new skills and cross disciplinary possibilities will be discussed.

Zoom Meeting ID for Event: 85351283224

Convener Details:

Coordinators:

Guest and Speaker: 


Chihiro Sato
Designer through visual communication and service design,  Chihiro gained the Master of Science degree in Design Research in Germany. While she worked more than ten years in the commercial design industry as an expert Graphic Designer, she has participated in the interdisciplinary neighborhood community developing projects and started exploring the role of design for social innovation. Currently, she joins at a social start-up in Berlin called Dycle which aims to bring a circular economy and sustainable impact.
https://www.linkedin.com/in/chihiro-sato/

Program Details:

Date: 2nd June 2020
Time: 4:10 pm

Jun
3
Wed
2020
International Dialog Series – Lukas Büdenbender, organized SAP on 3rd June 2020 @ ZOOM
Jun 3 @ 4:00 pm

School of Architecture and Planning is organizing the “International Dialog Series” Second series by Lukas Büdenbender, on 3rd June 2020.

Objectives of Event:

The aim is to bring design and Architecture students in dialogue with young professionals from across the globe. This will allow students to understand the wide range of possibilities ahead of them and with that, to envisage a dynamic future for themselves. All aspects, such as academic, research, professional, cultural, gender emerging fields, new skills and cross disciplinary possibilities will be discussed

Convener:

Coordinators:  

Speaker: 


Lukas Büdenbender

As an architect, Lukas has worked in various fields, ranging from interior design to the development of projects for institutional buildings, with a special focus on the historical heritage field and on wooden projects and buildings. Always conscious over the matter of constructability, Lukas has always focused on executive projects and problem solving approaches, seeking to bring into reality what lies within the scope of ideas.

Such quest finds depth in his academic endeavors, where the focus of the discussion about education is the conductive line. For his Diploma Thesis Lukas developed a proposal for an Architecture School that took into consideration the conception of the human being through the perspective of the Anthroposophy. For his Master Thesis Lukas dealt with the conceptions concerning the human being and their relation to the role of art and aesthetics in the developments of Schiller, Moholy-Nagy and Steiner.

Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86183186935

Program Details:

Date:  3rd June 2020
Time:  4.00 PM