Architect and the Built Environment
Ar. Riyaz Tayyabji (ANTHILL)
Ar. Sanjib Chatterji (KAARU)
7 April 2015
This session evolved out of a discussion on how does one read buildings? Here, one is looking for a simple basis or an understandable standard that would separate good design from being a merely acceptable one. There are several levels of acceptability which one could cover. Also looking for methods to empower students to understand a building, architecture & the built environment with a more holistic approach as opposed to the linear methods.
The Webinar Panel
There are 2 panelists, and a session chair conducting one session, based on a theme which is moderated by the chair of the session. The panelists would have prior knowledge of the theme – issues of discussion, name of co-panelists, and approximate length of discussion allowed on each question etc. The panelists bring forth certain ideas and issues related to the theme from within their discipline, profession and experience.
- Each panelist will present a 10 min. presentation (slide show) on their works, other national or international works exploring the subject of “good design”. Total – 30-45 min.
- The panelists will then discuss among themselves the diversity of their viewpoints for a period of 15 to 20 mins. – Total 20 min.
- The discussion will then be thrown open to the colleges for questions which will be answered by the panelists, moderated by the chair of the session. – Total 45 mins.