This trophy involves documentation, analysis and redesign with an integrated approach to the design process. It aims to understand and appreciate the existing built form of a building and redesign on that basis satisfying given theme.
The trophy is a collaborative trophy of NASA and ISOLA. This landscape ideas competition seeks to explore the use of landscape as a medium for change, to revitalize and reactivate the public sphere within urban spaces.
The aim of the Writing Architecture Trophy Competition is to inculcate the intrinsic observation capabilities of students to be aware of the real World around them, and make propositions and express their thoughts in the form of written matter in line with a particular theme. Entries may be in the form of articles, write ups, essays, abstracts for thesis, dissertation, research documentation which have been published or may be unpublished.
This is a collaborative initiative of NASA INDIA and GRIHA started in the year 2013 (56th year of NASA) to expose students to the Green and Sustainable Architecture.
The shortlisted entries get to present the work at the Annual Summit of GRIHA. The winners get to go for the case studies of green rated buildings across the country with the GRIHA members.
This is a collaborative initiative of NASA INDIA and Laurie Baker Centre for Habitat Studies, Trivandrum. This trophy gives attention towards the cost effective building techniques, materials and execution of the same. This trophy was started in the year 2012 (55th year of NASA).
The winning entry is executed on site with modifications by the working professionals at Laurie Baker Center.
This is also linked with the NASA LBC Exposure Program, which is a series of workshops held at LBC to educate students the techniques of cost effective architecture along with the practical experience of HANDS ON SITE.
The trophy is a joint venture between the National Association of Students of Architecture, India and the CP Kukreja Foundation. More relevant, regimented and intriguing briefs catering to students across all the semesters.