The architectural invocation project 05, Aabid Raheem, by SEED, Aabid Raheem, A P J Abdul Kalam School of Environmental Design, Kochi

The architectural invocation project 05, Aabid Raheem, by SEED, Aabid Raheem, A P J Abdul Kalam School of Environmental Design, Kochi

What value can Architects add to society? - Aabid Raheem The Architectural Invocation Project, by SEED, is essentially a campaign of hope towards a more meaningful future for architecture and design. It attempts to articulate critical questions concerning the academics and practice of Architecture through significant practitioners in the country. The extremely short duration of the video bite makes it both challenging and absorbing, thereby presenting itself as small packets of wisdom. As a new school, seed will attempt to assimilate these into an organic academic spirit which is beneficial for the students, parents and the peers.
The architectural invocation project 05, Aabid Raheem, by SEED, Aabid Raheem, A P J Abdul Kalam School of Environmental Design, Kochi

The Architectural Invocation Project 05
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What value can Architects add to society?
Aabid Raheem

Aabid Raheem is a Principal Architect and Urban Spatial Analyst at [ar&de], an architecture practice in Kerala concerned with enhancing the quality of life for the people it designs for. Aabid has worked with renowned practices in India and abroad such as those of B.V.Doshi, Suhasini Aiyer, Andre Hababou and Spacelab in London. He is a post graduate of The Bartlett at University College London and a graduate from MESSOA Kuttipuram.

Aabid has a keen interest in academia and was the founding Head of Faculty at Avani Institute of Design, Kerala. He blogs, has published research papers and has presented his work at international and national platforms. Aabid is a recipient of IIA and IIID Awards for architecture, product design and writing; as well as the Young Designer of the year award by the Indian Architect & Builder magazine.

 

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The Architectural Invocation Project, by SEED, is essentially a campaign of hope towards a more meaningful future for architecture and design. It attempts to articulate critical questions concerning the academics and practice of Architecture through significant practitioners in the country. The extremely short duration of the video bite makes it both challenging and absorbing, thereby presenting itself as small packets of wisdom. As a new school, seed will attempt to assimilate these into an organic academic spirit which is beneficial for the students, parents and the peers.

 

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