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Reminiscence of the Lost River: Revitalization of the Riverfront of Saraswati

Design Dissertation: Sanika Divekar Guide: Suneeta Samant Culture is nothing but the way of living and beliefs of people passed down from one generation to another. Culture of any community is responsible for the ways spaces are shaped and thus leading to architectural developments. In the era of globalisation and urbanization, the concept of identityContinue reading “Reminiscence of the Lost River: Revitalization of the Riverfront of Saraswati”

Reflections of the Past: Conserving the Cultural Heritage of the Villages of Mattur- Hosahalli

Design Dissertation: Anagha Pandit Guide: Suneeta Samant Languages play a very important role in our lives. They help us convey, express, and interact with one another. Sanskrit is one of the oldest known languages and is considered the mother of all languages in India. There have been conflicting opinions about the language being just aContinue reading “Reflections of the Past: Conserving the Cultural Heritage of the Villages of Mattur- Hosahalli”

RE-THINKING Architectural Heritage: A Case of Watson Hotel Building

Design Dissertation: Trushad Poladia Guide: Siddharth Shirur Discussions on the topic of heritage buildings, for long, have been very jejune. The lack of exploration on the subject has often left us with two options, demolishing the old building in favour of a new building which is usually insensitive to the building that preceded it andContinue reading “RE-THINKING Architectural Heritage: A Case of Watson Hotel Building”

कल्पवृक्ष: Value Addition to the Banana Plantation of Vasai through Agro Industry

Design Dissertation: Shriya Vartak Guide: Vinit Mirkar Agriculture is the main occupation of the majority populace. The value for agricultural produce depends on the demand and market value. In today’s time, the field of agriculture is experiencing a gradual decrease. Poor handlings, inflation, less opportunities for post processing, improper disposal of agriculture waste, etc. areContinue reading “कल्पवृक्ष: Value Addition to the Banana Plantation of Vasai through Agro Industry”


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