NTU Architecture Subject Group

United. Nations of. InTernational. Students. (U.N.I.T.S.)

As there are around thousands of students coming from 135 different nationalities to NTU, this space is designed for these students to have an international student union run by the international students coming from different cultures and religions, which is retrofitted with the pub with an approachable programme for the new international students.

As there are 24 time zones, each time zone consists of many different countries & in this programme there will be 24 different presidents which will represent the students coming from these countries which lies under these time zones, this is not only to create a safe environment for the students and help them adapt with their new lifestyles but also to eliminate the misconception of their neighbouring countries by having interactive communal events.

The programme which is led by the presidents will be supervised by the 6 union heads representing each continent.

All the national flag have all shades of colour except for one, which is the shade of purple. I want to represent all the nations with the shade of purple, because that is the most common thing in all the nations which is the uncommon colour, to not only represent but to also unite everyone with an emotion of having something similar & to create a sense of belonging to everyone coming from different nations all over the globe, hence the purple monochrome theme & the application of use of primary colours on the exterior of the pub is to reflect the idea of having primary colours in every national flag and every nation has their own identity and are unique hence, the colourful facade.

Siddharth Hatle
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Siddharth Hatle
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MArch Architecture
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MArch Architecture

The Master of Architecture (MArch) embraces the challenge of 21st Century architectural practice and focuses on educating architects with a global outlook through projects set in local, national, and international contexts.

Through “vertical studios” in each year of study, steered by leading practitioners and academics, we put current architectural thinking at the heart of the course. We locate architectural design centrally as an academic discipline through rigorous cross-disciplinary design research and complex methodological application. The course recognises the essential cross-cutting and cross-disciplinary nature of architecture, bringing together diverse disciplines aiming to create collaborative/group work as a means of developing design creativity within the realistic teamwork environment of practice. All projects will be developed considering sustainability, environmental, socio-economic and cultural aspects, rather than being studied and applied as discrete areas of teaching and learning.

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