Introduction: Architecture is more than just a building; it is capable of serving deeper functions. We are surrounded by Architecture around us, we walk through it, we live in it, and we are a part of it. It should not be ocular centric and should focus on a complete sensorial experience. A connection between space and human beings is rooted in architecture. Architecture influences our behavior and also our senses. Objective: What is your understanding of Sensory Architecture?
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Photo Credit: Stenhouse Photography. Andrew Amara BP , a workshop to engage local families in designing affordable and sustainable shelter, Kampala, Uganda The BERKELEY PRIZE strives to show architects-in-training that the smallest act of building has global implications: that design can and does play a major role in the social, cultural, and psychological life of both the individual and society at large. BP Essay Competition Requirement. Go into the BP community via the website in order to answer this year's Question. First stop: See what past winning students are accomplishing in service to their communities. Then: Explore the BP website for past competition topics, yearly introductions, winning essays, travel Fellows' reports, and articles by researchers on the social art of architecture in order to help you frame your response to this year's Question.
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Without an architecture of our own we have no soul of our own civilization. Fostering a trusting, open and inclusive environment for every person in the design community. IDHA is an audacious dream to drive innovation through collaborative design thinking process to drive designs that can have larger impact on millions of people across the globe through architecture competition platform. IDHA's success is built upon supporting the growth of the design community, unlocking the potential of architects, designers, artists and design enthusiasts. Through design collaborations, IDHA strives to build lasting value and amplify the impact of the design community with innovative frameworks.
As one views the streets of the great Indian metropolis, one is awestruck by the soaring skyscrapers with their glass facades, gleaming in the sun like the promises of modernity. Less noticeable are the scattered settlements of migrant labourers all over the city — a collage of cancerous asbestos propped up with poles, with a sheet over their heads if they are lucky. The settlements of construction labourers flank the soaring skyscrapers that taunt them — built by their hands, but far from their reach.