Unforgettable International Educational Trip to Singapore! 🌏✈️
Crescent School of Architecture’s international educational trip to Singapore was a resounding success, leaving students with a newfound appreciation for this remarkable city-state and a treasure trove of knowledge to carry forward.
Over the course of the journey, they had the privilege of immersing ourselves in Singapore's vibrant culture, captivating history, and cutting-edge innovations. From the towering skyscrapers of the central business district to the serene beauty of the Gardens by the Bay, every moment was a testament to the city's remarkable blend of tradition and modernity.
One of the highlights of the trip was witnessing Singapore's commitment to sustainability and environmental preservation. The iconic Supertrees at Gardens by the Bay and the innovative eco-friendly initiatives throughout the city served as inspiration for our own endeavours back home. The lessons learned about urban planning, green architecture, and sustainable practices will undoubtedly shape our future endeavours.
With this, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to our honourable Dean, Prof.G.Jayalakshmi, the organizers, educators, local guides for making this trip possible. It is through their dedication and support that we were able to embark on this incredible adventure of learning, discovery, and personal growth.
The team of 37 students from III year, B.Arch, B.Des and 5 staff members visits Indonesia,an International educational trip for a period of 7 days.
The students observed and learnt the contemporary architectural features of the city of Indonesia, Jakarta and Bali
Students also interacted with the faculty and the students of LaSalle College, Jakarta, Indonesia and learnt to make a miniature model of Rattan furniture.
Students from Crescent School of Architecture has registered 11 of their designs under Intellectual Property India, Kolkata.
Registered numbers - 322305-001, 322305-002, 322305-003, 322305-004, 322305-005, 322305-006, 322305-007, 322305-008, 322305-009, 322305-010, 322305-011
Approved design - 322305-011
We are proud to share that our third year student’s design entry for National competition - HIZORA ‘23, has secured the FIRST PLACE in “NANO HOUSE” design.
Students : Malavika ; Madan N ; Vasanth
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I am proud to inform that our Final year students of Crescent school of Architecture, B.S. Abdur Rahman University - Sulthan Badhusha, A.Mohamed Yousoof, J.Mohamed Shafeek were appreciated and awarded with a trophy for the “Best Studio Project “ in the South Zone on 27th November 2015 for the Theme” Social Mass Housing for Smart cities”.
The project was introduced as a class project at the beginning of the semester and was guided under our team of Faculties - Ar.Sona .S, Associate Professor, Ar.Lavanya, Associate Professor, Ar.Dhivya.R.K , Assistant Professor, Ar.Jansi Rani.B, Assistant Professor. This is the first Design Award which will pave the way for Crescent school of Architecture, B.S. Abdur Rahman University for many more awards to come. I take this opportunity to thank our VC, Registrar, G.M and B.S. Abdur Rahman University for all the support extended to us.
Open house exhibition is conducted every year in B.S.Abdur Rahman University to display the talents and innovation of our students from various departments to the visitors primarily comprises of school & college students, young professionals, common people etc. A general awareness about the university is promoted among the crowd of visitors. The exhibition is conducted for 2 days on 16th & 17th of October, 2015 at the university precinct.
The stall of the Crescent School of Architecture (CSA) was unique and designed with innovative ideas and a temporary dome structure using bamboo was erected in front of the stall. Promenades were designed & executed by using bamboo at strategic locations within the premise of the university to invite the visitors to the department. In the CSA department, a display hall was designed based on a theme of ‘illusion’ and ‘light & dark’ using the models of the students and their academic works were displayed. Events such as face painting, find your location on map, etc. were conducted, A/V played and gifts distributed to the students. The effort of CSA was widely acclaimed at large.