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ZONE 3 , Workshop event 27-Dec-2021

In tough times of pandemic, all students were deprived of the opportunity to have practical knowledge.Hoi Polloi was a medium to provide that platform, essential for budding architects across India. Hands on Workshop Event hosted by MMIED College of Architecture, Pune, Z349. It was a three days event; 27th, 28th , and 29th of December 2021.Open for all zones and we had 80 participants from across other zones.The event had 4 workshops based on core skills required in architecture. Bringing ideas on paper is what sketching is all about. Being able to convey perspectives, concepts, or even data is what makes sketching crucial in our profession. Ar. Sanjeev Joshi delivered the workshop where he shared his knowledge and experience. He shared a few of his works as a sample and reference to begin with.Architecture and photography are connected on one another. It is one way that helps the viewer to get the visual understanding of buildings that they may never get to see in real but can see it virtually by just a click, saving their time. Mr. Onil Shah, a professional architectural photographer conducted a theory session followed by introduction to using a camera and associated tools. Creativity and flexibility are two very interesting terms. A combination of both was the foundation of Clay workshop. Mr. Prabhakar Singh delivered the workshop that focuses on motivating budding architects to think out of the box. Making a mask out of clay with complete liberty to experiment with design.Brick are the first things that come to our mind when we say construction. Ar. Amruta Naidu introduced the basic unit of building to students.They were given instructions by their filed experts and the hands-on began with an air on enthusiasm. A moment to socialize, to celebrate, to appreciate each other’s success and to share the moments of joy. Winter carnival was the most cheerful part of the event and had something for everyone. About 10 stalls including, games, food, articles, tattoos and henna. Post Carnival there were a few games organized by host college and we had open stage for our talented guests. The event came to a closure when we the dance floor was open to all.

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