Studio Ideas and Inspiration

Posted in studio 1a_2010 by nilakshi on 4 March 2010

“This unique piano house was built recently in An Hui ProvinceChina. Inside of the violin is the escalator to the building. The building displays various city plans and development prospects in an effort to draw interest into the recently developed area.”


Posted in studio 1a_2010 by nilakshi on 28 February 2010

I think that the human body is a great inspiration for architectural structures. the body can make various organic forms that can inspire the form an construction of the building.

Posted in studio 1a_2010 by nilakshi on 18 February 2010

Always wanted to participate in this organization

Free The Children was founded by 12-year-old Craig Kielburger in 1995 when he gathered 11 school friends to begin fighting child labour. Today, Free The Children is the world’s largest network of children helping children through education, with more than one million young people involved in our programs in 45 countries.

A morning to remember

As 12-year-old Craig flipped through the Toronto Star in search for comics, he was struck by a story. A raw, but courageous story of a boy his age named Iqbal. Iqbal Masih was born in South Asia and sold into slavery at the age of four. In his short life, he had spent six years chained to a carpet-weaving loom. Iqbal captured the world’s attention by speaking out for children’s rights.

Posted in studio 1a_2010 by nilakshi on 29 January 2010

Peter Vetsch,

Swiss architect, and works in a very organic manner. Always concerned about the environment and builds with it instead of against it.

Mother Teresa

Posted in studio 1a_2010 by nilakshi on 15 January 2010

3 years ago, i went to india, thinking i would just spend my entire time in Calcutta. However, things changed and my family and I were on our way to a small town named Santiniketan for some site seeing. It was not only a cultural tour, but I had found a friend of mine from when i was 5 years old. we spend a few days together, and along with her I helped out Mother Teresa’s orphanage. Their lifestyle, and the lack of everything that the children had was one of the biggest inspirations and influences to become an architect: To provide unprivileged children a home to grow up with colour, joy and hope, a place where they can grow up knowing that they can be a part of the successful world.