URBAN CONSERVATION

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.
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KRVIA Dissertation Colloquium (21st & 22nd June-2018) is to encourage students to push the boundaries of the architectural discipline, empower the spatial imagination and enrich the possibilities of environmental practice. It is an opportunity for students to witness and to participate in an intense discussion on values, ethics, intents, speculations and experimentations in architecture.
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Hussain Indorewala, Kimaya Keluskar, Shweta Wagh and Mamta Patwardhan presenting their research papers at the Big Meeting of the BInUCom program being conducted at Krems, Austria. KRVIA faculty is involved in conducting research as part of the Building Inclusive Communities program.
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