Student Design Competition

Category 1: Design project for 1st Year and 2nd Year students. (B.Arch, B.plan, Interior Design, Product design and other design and animation courses)

Design a cottage for the students who are studying in an Art and Architecture Center. The cottage needs to accommodate 4 students and needs to have some really exciting spaces to give the students an ‘out of the world’ experience.

Category 2: Design project for 3rd Year, 4th Year and 5th Year students. (B.Arch, B.plan, Interior Design, Product design and other design and animation courses).

Design a center for Art and Architecture run by a uniquely creative couple where they hold special workshops and courses for students to come and have an ‘out of the world’ experience. 

For submissions click below link for uploading your entry(July 5th 2018 – 10th November 2018)



Divyalakshmi .B, Ahmed Nihamathullah, Aishwarya .K

MEASI Academy of Architecture & AMS Academy of Architecture, Chennai

This project was a sheer delight! The Superhero was imaginative and we loved the idea that she could be ‘formless’ while resting or may take a human form. This approach must have given a great liberty to the design and a lot of freedom from the basic conventions followed. The design approach also shows interesting and active thought process with a good involvement of mind instead of digital softwares.


Anushka Patel

Faculty of Architecture, AKTU, Lucknow

We loved your attention to detail to create the spaces for the design. The whole design seemed to come from letting the mind free to create an overall form and design and then detailing each part by giving it good thought. The dynamic and yet soothing character of the design was a plus-point. Once again, it was a relief to see a project with a completely human approach and very little use of softwares, without letting them override the design.


Pavan Kumar Sai

School of Planning and Architecture ,Vijayawada

This project was quite imaginative and exciting. The idea of using lenses to throw images and illusions would create a surreal and dream-like atmosphere without using any major scientific mumbo-jumbo. The simple approach and the use Optics to create something that would look quite complicated was interesting to observe.


Aashna Mittal, Umme Kulsum

Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh

Shibli Afaq, Shreya Bhagat, Pragya Maheshwari

Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra

Aniket Kumar

MM School of Architecture, Ambala

Rahul Aeron

Lovely Professional University, Phagwara

VAR Group – Ajinkya Kashid , Rushikesh Naikwadi , Vijay Gaikwad

SMEF Brick School of Architecture, Pune

Amirah Hasna Ersaid Lasabuda, Chairunnisa Luthfya Nurifana, Pradhnya Anindya Dewanti

Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta


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