Lovely School of Architecture & Design (LSAD)
Since 2004, LSAD have been able to explore pedagogy coherent to professional practice, be it Architecture, Design and Urban Planning. LSAD Alumnus have proved to be an asset to top national design houses, Multi National Company’s such as CP Kukreja and Associates, Development Consortium, Morphogenesis, Atkins, Costford, Tiruvananthapuram, CACB, Pune, Anagram New Delhi etc. Our Alumnus have reached IIT’s, CEPT, SPA’s, and International Universities in Europe, Australia, Canada and USA for higher education and won accolades in their concerned fields. School has engaged in annual study tour visits to various regions of India, Bhutan, etc, conduct of international Conference Niche IPM 2016 and Niche 2014, Workshop Symposium IDOT-2015, apart from visit of eminent professionals from industry and academia etc. on a regular basis.
Courses Offered at LSAD
|Duration||5 yrs. (10 Semesters)|
|Eligibility||Pass with 60% aggregate marks in 10+2 (with English and Maths) or Diploma (any stream)|
(3 years) recognized by Central/ State Govt. (with Mathematics) or equivalent, subject to
qualifying marks as per NATA 2018 or qualifying marks in any specially designed aptitude test
in Architecture conducted by the competent authority of the Central/ State Governments, e.g.
JEE (Main) Paper II (81 marks).
|Course Detail:- The course is as per the guidelines of Council of Architecture (CoA). Course is equipped with 21st century digital technologies to make students industry ready. Hands on experience by working on live projects to develop a sense of problem solving, critical thinking to gain real life understanding.|
|Career Prospects |
|Course||M.Arch. (Executive) [Part Time]|
|Duration||3 yrs. (6 Semesters)|
|Eligibility||Pass with 50% aggregate marks in B.Arch. or equivalent|
|Course Detail:- The course curriculum is as per the guidelines of Council of Architecture (CoA). Course focus on sustainability, conservation, advance urban methodologies integrated with design skills, design precedents, construction material given to enhance awareness regarding environment friendly built environment.|
|Career Prospects |
We at LSAD focus on academic innovation in terms of current challenges faced in built environments to futuristic learning’s in the field. We sensitize our students to survive scenarios of climate change and global warming. Latest concepts such as water conservation, energy conservation, building assessment systems in terms of water balance, water footprint and carbon footprint are integrated in design studio exercises. Design is a non linear process while in architectural studios primarily its approached in a linear way-which needs a paradigm shift, other than that our design studio exercises are based on live projects and real life scenarios. Equal focus is on design’s technical detailing and not just concept & design scheme development in a given design studio. Furthermore integration of technical inputs such as climatology, services, construction, material details, passive architecture etc are improvised in design studios.
Intellectual Strength – Core and Visiting Faculty
We value diversity in the discipline of Architecture, thus we have faculty with expertise in Emergent Architecture, Architecture, Urban Design, Housing, Urban and Regional Planning, Environmental Planning, Industrial Area Planning, Product Design to name a few. We value Curriculum design and review it every semester; we thrust on evolving our pedagogical aids with rigorous evaluation systems. Transparency and system specific response are keys to our academic success. Design studio juries are conducted by esteemed professionals from industry and academia.
Enhancing Creative Exploration in Our Students
We tend to explore application of theoretical concepts via analytical assignments and creative enhancement. Lateral thinking development is focused through regular pedagogical improvements. During our studio exercises of other practical subjects like graphics and workshop material play induced into the classes further lets the students explore the nuances of composition and establish its design derivatives.
In theory classes engaging in Experiential learning help reinforce concepts and prompt research which encourages the students to experiment with novelty in detailing of their projects.
Live sites are introduced for Design Studio Projects wherein students tend to explore morphology, climatology, aspects of services, legal frameworks (byelaws, master plan’s application in architectural design), visit site and respective architect offices, etc.
Students are exposed to updates of profession via international conference’s, guest lectures and workshops etc by eminent speakers from industry and academia such as Ar. Raj Rewal, Ar. S.D.Sharma, Prof. Dr. Mandeep Singh, Ar. Matthew Taylor, Prof. Dr. P.S.N. Rao, Prof. Alok Ranjan, Ar. Deepashee Chaudhary, Prof. Dr. Arlene Plevin, Prof. Dr. Mahavir, Ar. Harsh Varshneya, Ar. Neeraj Manchanda, Ar. Punit Sethi, Ar. Rajendra Kumar, Ar. Anil Lal, Ar. Aisim Krishna Rao, Ar. Mahesh Paliwal, Ar. Sangeet Sharma, Ar. Vinod Sakle, Ar. Surinder Bahga, Ar. Sanjay Goel, Ar. Shradha Kumar, Mr. Mukul Kulkarni, Mr. S.M. Choudhury, Mr.Vinod K Pandita to name a few.
World Renowned Architect Raj Rewal Visited Lovely Professional University.
NICHE- International conference at LPU, 2016
|Ar. Matthew Taylor, Sydney Australia delivered lecture on Sustainable Landscape Chandigarh addressed the conference.|
|Dr. DS Meshram President ,Institute of Town Planners, India shared his views on India Vision and Mission on Smart City.|
|Ar. SD Sharma, Director of SD Sharma and Associates and Urbanism.|
|Ar. Paola Martini, Italy expressed her views in the conference.|
|Ar. PSN Rao- Chairman Delhi Urban Arts Commission, Ministry of Urban Dev, Govt. of India, School of Planning and Architecture (PA), New Delhi, India, shared knowledge on Affordable Housing.|
|Ar. Harsh Varshneya – Director Sthapati Assoictes Lucknow shared his knowledge on Sustainable High Rise Towers.|
|Meteja Geder – Founder & Managing Director GraVita Media, Slovenia gave insight on Future Cities.|
|Ar. Krishnarao Jaisim – Director of Jaisim Fountainhead addressed the conference.|
NICHE- International conference at LPU, 2014
IDOT workshop organized by Lovely School of Architecture and Design at Lovely Professional University, 2015
Late Ar. Anil Laul shared the ideas with Architecture during the workshop.
Out of the Classroom Activities
To enhance hands on experience at LSAD we plan for two weeks dedicated entirely for experiential learning. Students experiments with various building techniques and materials such as brick, stone, mud, bamboo, metal waste, scrap etc. Students visit live sites to gain an understanding of architectural detailing, spatial anthropometry and connect with heritage values, social structure, urban fabric, public realm etc. Hands on workshop are organized in experiential week to enhance synthesis of sheet and model work to actual site and practices.
Efforts to Improve Employability of Graduate
We engage in Curriculum review with professionals for industry feedback incorporation in curriculum. Last session we interacted with world renowned & esteemed professionals such as Ar.Raj Rewal, Principal Architect, Raj Rewal and Associates, Ar.Nilanjan Bowal, Principal Architect, Design Consortium and Ar.Abijit Ray, Principal Architect, Abhijit Ray & Associates.
The insights provided has helped us in understanding the challenges faced by industry and what good we are doing at LSAD to bridge any gaps. LSAD follows four key areas to enhance employability of our graduate students that is; Design Thinking and Ideation, Professional Software Updation, Construction Detailing and Social Entrepreneurship.
Special Infrastructural Facilities to Improve the Quality of Education
Dedicated studio space for our graduate students helps them explore and experiment. emergent digital technologies in labs, extensive machine tools in carpentry and metal workshop along with a wide array of hand tools further incites exploration of designs via physical models.
Ongoing construction, remodeling and renovation activities at the LPU campus further offer on site and off site exploration there by providing an impetus to design education.
- Architect-Planner by profession Ar.Sagar Setia, from B.Arch Batch: 2007-2012 has secured All India Rank 66 in UPSC Civil Service Exam.
- Sumanga upreti B.Arch Batch 2011-2016 working as an Assistant Architect at Kantosekkie, Japan.
- Abdul Hazeeb B.Arch Batch 2011-2016 got place in Omar Moujaes Architects at Dubai, UAE in 2016.
- Jamyang pdorji B.Arch Batch 2011-2016 working as Assistant Professor in College of Science and Technology at Bhutan.
- Devika Chhetri B.Arch Batch 2011-2016 working as Architect at Bhutan Urban Development and Energenerring Services, Bhutan.
- Kinley Wangmo B.Arch Batch 2011-2016 working as Architect at Architecture and Planning Department at Bhutan.
- Tshering Penjor B.Arch Batch 2011-2016 working as an Architect at Municipal Corporation at Gelephu, Bhutan.
- Akashdeep Singh B.Arch Batch 2010-2015 worked as an Architect in Al-Rakha Architecture firm Dubai, UAE in 2015.
- Manu Chacko B.Arch Batch 2010-2015 worked as an Architect in Maz Consultants Dubai, UAE in 2015.
- Tshewang Tenzin B.Arch Batch 2011-2016 working as an Army Lieutenant at Bhutan.
- Manmeet Kaur, Pawanpreet Kaur, Amandeep Kaur and Malvika Sharma, Nikita Arora B.Arch Students Batch 2012- 2017 got record INR 4.5 lakh package with Dharam Consulting based in Mohali – A multi national company with offices in Boston, NewYork, Philadelphia.
- Rishi Kalia B.Arch Batch 2012-17 student got placed in CP Kukreja, Architects, New Delhi which is amongst top 100 Architectural Firms in the World as rated by one of World’s Architectural Journal- World Architecture, UK.
- Shiv Dada and Mohit Chawla B.Arch batch 2004-2009 established ’23DC Architects’ in 2009.
- Yatharth Architecture B.Arch Batch 2010-2015 created Architectre Conultancy firm Aurocreation in Aurovillae.
- Sanchit Malik Batch 2012-2017 working as Assistnat Project Officer in The Energy and Resource Institute, NewDelhi.
- Robin G Paul B.Arch Fifth Year student, working as an architectural intern at Architectural Futures, London.
- Gurshan Singh, Animesh Nigam and Mohammed Yasar Arafath B.Arch Fifth Year student Batch 2013, working as an architectural intern at Benz & Zeigler, Germany.
- B.Arch Fifth Year student Tanisha Kalra, working as an architectural intern at Ensamle studio at Madrid.
- B.Arch Fifth Year student Salisu Idris, working as an architectural intern at Xmatrix 369 Limited , Nigeria.
- B.Arch Fifth Year student Jagjeet Kumar, working as an architectural intern at Architecture Design Unit at Dubai, UAE.
- Florans Bonian B.Arch Fifth Year student , working as an architectural intern at Taak Inc, Afghanistan.
- Namgay Wangmo B.Arch Fifth Year student , working as an architectural intern at United Consultancy, Bhutan.
- Janet Ng’uni B.Arch Fifth Year student , working as an architectural intern at Anderson+Anderson International, Zambia.
- Biraj Das B.Arch Fifth Year student, working as an architectural intern at Atkins, Bangalore.
- Manpreet Singh B.Arch Fifth Year student, working as an architectural intern at Costford Thrissur, Kerela.
- B.Arch Fifth Year student Harsh Singh Batch, working as an architectural intern at Abha Narain Lambah Associates, New Delhi.
- Prerna Saxena B.Arch Fifth Year student Batch, working as an architectural intern at Design Forum International , New Delhi.
- B.Arch Fifth Year student Urvesh J Desai Batch, working as an architectural intern at HCP Design Planning and Management, Gujarat.
- Priyanshu Ahlawat and Sharib Shahid B.Arch Fifth Year students, working as an architectural intern at Fountianhead.
Students are also exposed to technical design competitions and they have won various laurels at international (House in the Forest 2017 etc.) and national competitions (National Design Idea Competition for Model Design of EVM and VVPAT Warehouse floated by Election Commission of India, 59TH Annual Zonal NASA Convention 2016, Rethinking the Future Sustainability Awards in 2016, ARCHOTSAV 2015, A3F FEST, MINDRAIN 2016 Enceladus 2016, Delhi Architecture Festival Awards 2016, etc to name a few). Such exercises boost self esteem, rigor of competition and entrepreneurial growth in students.
Milestones to Achieve in the next few years
LSAD aims to achieve a standing coherent to a centre for excellence in design innovation and emergent technology in the region for industry and academia. Imparting an architectural education which parallels its global contemporaries is the goal of LSAD in the coming years.
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Do all programmes at NCAD require a portfolio submission?
A portfolio submission is required for all studio degrees at NCAD:
AD101 First Year Art & Design (Common Entry) - leading to degree options in all areas:
Design: Fashion Design / Graphic Design / Illustration / Jewellery & Objects/ Textile & Surface Design
Fine Art: Print / Media / Painting / Sculpture/ Applied Material Culture (Textile Art & Artefact and Ceramics & Glass)
AD102 Illustration and Graphic Design – degree options in: Illustration (drawing, image making and animation), Graphic Design
AD103 Textiles, Jewellery & Objects – degree options in Textile & Surface Design and Jewellery & Objects
AD202 Design or Fine Art & Education (Second Level Teaching) – Joint Honours in Design & Education or Fine Art & Education
AD204 Fine Art – with pathways in Print / Media / Painting / Sculpture / Applied Material Culture (Textile Art & Artefact and Ceramics & Glass)
AD211 Fashion Design
AD212 Product Design – designing and making new physical objects and experiences
AD215 Visual Culture – history and theory of contemporary art & design (portfolio not required)
AD222 Interaction Design – designing digital interactions for apps, web sites, products, services and user experience
What should I include in my portfolio for NCAD?
An entrance portfolio is a collection of visual work that shows your potential to study art and design at third level. The NCAD Portfolio Submission Guidelines are designed help you put your portfolio together whether you are starting from scratch or using work you have developed in another context. We want to see your Research and Observation your Ideas Development and your Developed Creative Work. You should also include at least one Notebook, remember the best portfolios will show all your processes.
When should I bring my portfolio to NCAD?
The deadline for submitting your portfolio is 4.30 PM Friday 9th February 2017. We will accept portfolios any time in the two weeks up to that date. If you need to submit your portfolio earlier please contact the Admissions Office: firstname.lastname@example.org Please note it is your responsibility to submit your portfolio on time, we do not send reminders about this date. The address for portfolio submission is:
The Admissions Office,
NCAD, 100 Thomas Street,
Dublin 8, Ireland.
Can I get an extension on the deadline for Portfolio Submission?
It is not possible to get an extension on the submission deadline – all portfolios must be presented by the published closing date.
When can I collect my portfolio?
Portfolios can be collected from NCAD for up to 3 weeks after the end of the portfolio assessment. You will be given information on collection dates and times. If you need to collect your portfolio early please let us know and we will arrange to have your portfolio assessed and ready for collection.
How will my portfolio be assessed?
Details on the assesment criteria for the portfolio submissions can be found on page 16-17 of the Portfolio Submission Guidelines.
When will I be told the outcome of my portfolio assessment?
We will write to you by the end of March with the result of your portfolio assessment. This letter will tell you if you have achieved the necessary score for a conditional offer. A conditional offer is an offer that is dependent on you meeting the minimum academic entry requirements through your Leaving Certificate, QQI FE Award or other. If you do not get a conditional offer we will tell you if you are on a waiting list for an offer. Each year we make a number of offers to applicants from the waiting list.
Offers are made in August through the CAO. All applicants are placed on a ranked list based on portfolio score. Offers are made in descending order from this list to applicants who have met the minimum academic entry requirements.
Can I carry my Portfolio Score forward to the next year?
We recognise that our applicants put a lot of work into the preparation of their admissions portfolios. If you have passed the porftolio review stage but not received an official offer from the CAO, NCAD will allow you to carry forward your portfolio socre to the application process the following year.
Once you have told us you wish to carry forward your portfolio score and you have given us your new CAO number you will be eligible for an offer based on your original portfolio score and subject to the normal entry requirements and any portfolio cut off points in the year that you are now applying into.
An example of where a Portfolio Carry Forward might apply is when an applicant fails to meet the minimum academic entry requirements in the first year of application.
More information can be found at Study-at-NCAD.