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  • An in-house convocation ceremony for the students of B Arch 2015, 2016 batch and B Plan 2016, 2017 batch
Date : 14/03/2022

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  • Every year, the Institute of Architecture and Planning conducts this 3-day festival where students get to display their work
Date : 14/03/2022

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Date : 03/03/2022

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  • The students of B. Arch, 2019 Batch went to Wardha in Maharashtra for Related Study Programme (RSP) from November
Date : 10/01/2022

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  • The students of the Institute of Architecture and Planning, Nirma University, have participated in the Writing Architecture trophy (WAT 2020-21) in the 63rd year of the Annual NASA (National Associate of Students of Architecture) Competition and won special mention award among 500 architecture colleges in India.  The challenge for the Writing Architecture trophy for 2020-21 was to make a case for/against the idea of architecture/design as an implementation of positive change. How can we, as creative professionals be more empathetic towards the large issues that challenge our society and how can we confront them through our work.
Date : 10/01/2022

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  • Research Thesis titled ‘ Water Conservation and Harvesting in Semi-Arid Region of Rajasthan: Study of Rural Areas in Jaipur
Date : 10/01/2022

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  • A Related Study Programme (RSP) is an important component of Architectural education at IAPNU. RSPs are focused on documentation of culturally charged spaces, traditional articulations, vernacular dwellings, climatic responses, efficient resource use, societal representations, environmental organisations, local technologies, regional varieties, etc. RSP 2021-22 was conducted in Khadia ward no.-1&2 near Astodia Darwaja in the historic walled city of Ahmedabad, as a response to Ahmedabad walled city being declared a UNESCO world heritage site. Ahmedabad’s timber and masonry based domestic architecture is a unique and exceptional aspect of its heritage. These closely-packed, courtyard typology houses are cultural spaces which have evolved over centuries as per lifestyle of the Gujarati family. All houses follow similar construction system like timber post & beam frame structure, floors projecting onto the street, wooden brackets, wooden door windows, infill masonry walls, floors with wooden joists, elaborately carved wooden façades, etc. giving a harmonious and cohesive character to the entire urban fabric. The courtyard, a central climatic control feature of these dwellings along with timber and brick as construction materials, give year-round comfort to its inhabitants. Rest of the spaces of the house are arranged around or along the court. 2nd year students of IAPNU worked in groups under guidance of their faculty members from November 29 to December 19, 2021 to carry out measure drawings and photographic documentation of above mentioned traditional house form of Khadia ward-1&2 in and around Pakhali ni pol, Jadabhai ni pol, Khara Kua ni pol, Shamla ni pol, Aka Sheth Kua ni pol, Upali Sheri, Nichali Sheri, Wad ni pol, Kanchwado, Pipardi ni pol, Lamba Pada ni pol, Bado Pol, etc.
Date : 10/01/2022

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  • Institute of Architecture & Planning along with its 16 partner institutes organized the first International Conference on ‘Future is
Date : 04/01/2022

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  • The 8th Foundation day of the Institute of Architecture and Planning was celebrated on 14th September, 2021 with energy and enthusiasm. Two guests Ar.Yatin Pandya and Ms. Krishna Parikh.  were called as speakers for the same. Celebrated architect Ar.Yatin Pandya  shared his architectural journey through his collected experiential
Date : 23/09/2021

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