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This blog post is the reason why ‘Anarkytect’ came about. The real aim of Anarkytect is to create a socially responsible architecture which provides solutions to existing problems. The idea is to be able to solve simple problems of space through design intervention. For this reason, we are going to explore a simple solution to … More Small solutions.
In possibly every architectural school, the first thing students are taught is that architecture is for humans but sadly as the years pass by this one statement is usually forgotten.Maybe because students and teachers alike tend to interpret the ‘human’ as an individual instead of the humane in ‘human’ or the humanity in general. ‘Architecture … More Architecture for humans?
“Architecture is dead, architecture remains dead. And architects have killed it!” This statement may sound outrageous and even blasphemous to some but it has never been more truer than it today. The architect of today has killed architecture through their own hands. Today, architecture for general public is no more than ‘ornamentation’ of a building, … More Architecture is dead!
There is something eerily beautiful about the apartments we have. They are the modern-day villages, the symbol of a city living. When you walk inside an apartment building, it’s as if you can almost feel how alive that place is. The smell of different meals being cooked, the varied noises coming from each block and … More Apartments & Humans
In modern architectural education, architects are taken as problem solvers. Any architectural projects provides the architect/student with a set of problems to which every architect has a unique solution. A site on a hill will require an architect to approach the project different from he would if he was designing on a flat site, a … More Architect – The problem solver
Have you ever wondered what an architect actually does? Does he build structures? Or does he merely beautifies buildings? Some consider architects as problem solvers while others regard it as an old dying profession with no role to play in the future of the world. In essence, an architect is nothing more than the manipulator … More What an architect does…
The philosophy behind ‘Anarkytect’ and what it means. … More Anarkytect