Workshops

Workshops

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History Group Workshops are being organized on an annual basis. For the past three years the focus of the workshops has been on Islamic Architecture and conducted by Arch. Taimoor Khan Mumtaz. These workshops have been attended by not only students and faculty of DAP-NEDUET but have also attracted students, faculty of other schools and professionals from practice. The overall aim of the workshops has been to explore the elements and principles of the Islamic Art and Architecture with emphasis on the geometric and proportionating systems. This fosters understanding and relevance of the Islamic arts in contemporary context.

Workshop 2010

In Search of the ‘Time-less’ in Architecture : Geometrical Proportioning in the Traditional Architecture of Pakistan
Workshop 2010

Workshop 2011

Understanding the Philosophy & Expressions of Islamic Architecture : Arch, Dome, Geometric Patterns, Muqarnas
Workshop 2011

Workshop 2012

Practicing Islamic Architecture: Workshop for Developing Designs Skills in Building Traditions of the Sub-Continent
Workshop 2012

   

Workshop 2013-2014

Inquiry into Geometric Patterns and Proportioning System of Mughal Architecture: Shah-Jehan Mosque,Thatta by Arch. Taimoor Khan Mumtaz

Workshop 8th to 13th February 2015

Geometric in Design by Arch. Taimoor Khan Mumtaz

Exhibition of HG workshop works by HG and participants of the workshop

Workshop 22 to 25 February 2016

Geometry in Design- Geometric Patterns, Vocabulary and Proportioning by Arch. Taimoor Khan Mumtaz

Exhibition of HG workshop works by HG and participants of the workshop