Feb 28, 2014
Students' Magazine 2014
TESS- The Eclectic Students Section is an annual Magazine by students’ body of IDEAS- Institute of Design Education and Architectural Studies, Nagpur.
Mar 2, 2013
Students' Magazine 2013
T.E.S.S. 01 was the first college magazine published in the year 2013. It covered the academic activities in college, studio works, workshops, documentation projects, and academic tours. It also showed glimpses of college life, like students’ annual fiesta, their artistic skills like photography, sketching, paintings, participatory works in NASA and social activities like blood donation camps. The magazine also featured editorials from faculties.
Feb 15, 2013
Cover page design by the students for NASA magazine
The Students’ Council of IDEAS participated in designing cover page ‘Footprints’, in Indian Arch magazine in 2013. The magazine was a prestigious compilation of works submitted by students’ like articles and interviews of architects and other prominent personalities such as Ar. B.V. Doshi, Ar. Sanjay Puri and Ar. S.A.Deshpande.
Sep 12, 2014
Documentation of Goan architecture
‘Goa’ is an attempt of students of architecture to study the colonial Portugese style and to understand and Anglo- Indian settlement through their way of life. Relationship between natural attributes of a settlement and the socio-cultural fabric was studies in Goa.
Mar 30, 2015
Documentation of building techniques of bamboo and earth architecture
‘Stuti’ is an outcome of explorations of students at Auroville with ‘earth architecture’ and ‘bamboo construction’. It is a compilation of processes learned by the students through hands-on building activities at Auroville. The book explains the process of linking tradition of raw earth with modern methods of stabilization for construction and the advantages of bamboo as a rightful indigenous material for building technology in Indian context.
Apr 22, 2012
Documentation of regional modern Sri Lankan architecture
This book is a compilation of the experience of modern regional architecture and contemporary vernacular works of Srilanka. It exhibits the exploration of students through architectural drawings, sketches and photographs to document and recreate the architectural experience of Geoffrey Bawa and the works inspired from him.