The forces within urban agglomerations put great pressure in existing physical and non-physical resources. These forces influencing the built form & the environment in the way that they rapidly transform the existing systems. The field of Urban Conservation attempts to build a framework through which the existing system is seen as a potential for development rather than a hindrance. Historical areas and their physical/social and environmental systems are seen as an asset that can be integrated in the strategic manner for sensitive development.

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KRVIA GeoServer is Online!
The KRVIA GeoServer is online and one can see some of the GIS work completed by our students in this section. It also contains some data created through KRVIA Design Cell projects.

Information about available accomodation near college
for first year students

Special Lecture : brief history of the built heritage of the city
Conservation Architect Vikas Dilawari presents A Brief History of the Built Heritage of the City at KRVIA at 9:00 am on Friday the 16th. ... View Document

DIALOG: design stories from the canadian west coast
Special lecture "design stories from the canadian west coast" by Kevin King and Matthew Thompson of DIALOG at the KRVIA - UBC workshop for encounters on Saturday the 17th of February at 11:30 am in the AV1.... View Document

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