Sushant School of Art & Architecture, AU and JKC Trust, supported by Council of Architecture invite you to an exhibition of Architect Jugal Kishore Chowdhurys work from 23rd March to 6th April 2017.
Fourth year students of Sushant School of Art & Architecture volunteered as guides at the Architectural Sketches Exhibition ‘The Voice of Sketches’, a part of the India Arch Dialog from 3rd to 21st February 2017 organised by Architect Verender Wakhloo and FCDI. They led the one-hour long“Curated Walks” around the exhibition for visitors, which included professionals from the architectural fraternity. The students gained immensely from the interaction with the larger architectural fraternity and the organizers were pleased that SSAA had raised their event up several notches with their professional participation.
Final year student of SSAA, Adhiraj Miglani’s Thesis Project – Green Mobility Center was exhibited in ID India Design 2017 from 16-19 Feb 2017 in Design Arena. He is Architecture THESIS TOPPER of Batch 2012-2017 and was selected among top 12 young architecture students of India for Asia Young Designer Awards 2016. Kudos Adhiraj! You make us proud.
NASA, Thesis students participating in NDTV Design awards, any other, Student publications
The school was shortlisted for ‘Transparence 2013′ a competition run by renowned glass manufacturing company ‘Saint Gobain’.
The School has won the prestigious National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture 2013 – North Zone, which awards students for most innovative and astounding Thesis work.
Jnana is a student’s magazine (SSAA) founded back in 1991 by students of then third year to express and question the World around them. It was intended as an intense exercise to understand and implicate the theory and practice of architecture and art.
‘A confabulation of words and sketches of the built environment.
A re-look at the history of India
Urban order and urbanity
Re-discovery of our senses
The sense of sound, touch, smell and sight
Alternative building systems . . .
A journal, we started when we were in third year of our architectural education at the Sushant
School of Art and Architecture. It was in a spirit of adventure, discovery and an evolving inquisitiveness of architecture, the world and perhaps even our selves. Being young, sometimes one asks the simplest of questions, the inherently generic. Unbeknownst, one is then guided down several new paths. Several doors open as if by magic and new unknown worlds are slowly discovered. It is only when you formulate new questions, which originally were the answers to your earlier questions; that you truly feel like explorers of the past, but living, experiencing and sharing in this new world.’ – Savinder Raj Anand (Batch 1989-1994)
The tradition of the student’s magazine continues and the next issue shall be out soon.
May 27, 2014 WOJR runs Architectural Fictions workshop in India in affiliation with the SSAA, the Sushant School of Art and Architecture. Participants build Church.