The Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute for Architecture and Environmental Studies (KRVIA),

An initiative of the Upanagar Shikshan MandaI (USM) is one of the premier institute for architecture in Mumbai, India. It offers a Bachelor’s in Architecture degree (B.Arch) and two full time Masters Courses (M.Arch. - Urban Design / Urban Conservation). All of these courses are run under the aegis of the University of Mumbai.

2019 - 2020
KRVIA News

KRVIA Dean B.Arch Ainsley Lewis is awarded the UNESCO ASIA PACIFIC Award of Merit for Cultural Heritage Conservation 2019 for The Our Lady of Glory Church, Byculla that he and David Cardoz were appointed as the architects to conserve in Penang, Malaysia
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Advertisement for the post of Assistant Professor . Applications are invited for the post of Assistant Professor (Architecture) for B. Arch. & M. Arch. for A.Y. 2019-20 on Ad Hoc basis.


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VACANCY ROUND-2 & INSTRUCTION TO SECURE THE ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR M. ARCH DEGREE COURSE (URBAN DESIGN ) FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20, FOR VACANT SEAT AFTER CAP
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ROUND NO-5 & VACANCY ROUND1 & INSTRUCTION TO SECURE THE ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR M. ARCH DEGREE COURSE (URBAN DESIGN & URBAN CONSERVATION) FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20, FOR INSTITUTIONAL QUOTA AND VACANT SEAT AFTER CAP
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VACANCY ROUND4 AGAINST CAP VACANCIES AS PER CATEGORY FOR THE FIRST YEAR B.Arch COURSE FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20 & INSTRUCTION TO SECURE THE ADMISSION
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ROUND-5, INSTRUCTION TO SECURE ADMISSION & FINAL MERIT LIST FOR ADMISSION TO FIRST YEAR B. ARCH DEGREE COURSE FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-20,FOR INSTITUTIONAL QUOTA AND VACANT SEATS (IF ANY) AS PER CATEGORY
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Events
Architecture
Urbanism

2 Exhibitions: Aga Khan Award For Architecture 2019 & Aga Khan Historic Cities Program

KRVIA will be hosting two Travelling International Exhibitions: Aga Khan Award For Architecture 2019 (AKAA) & Aga Khan Historic Cities Program (AKHCP) from 13th to 23rd January 2019 with the support of the Aga Khan Trust for Culture.

Synergies: Exhibition of the Bihar Museum and Narratives of _Opolis

An exhibition titled “SYNERGIES" on the making of Bihar Museum and other projects by _Opolis was hosted by KRVIA from 3rd to 9th January 2020. Mr. Rahul Gore and Ms. Sonal Sancheti delivered an introductory lecture to the students and invited audience as part of the exhibition.

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The KRVIA Winter Electives 2019 have commenced. The elective week spans from 14th December 2019 to 20th December 2019. This time, most of the electives revolve around the broader theme of ''Representation’. The electives offer an opportunity for the students to gain a valuable learning experience that goes beyond structured classrooms. This is also a platform where students meet professionals and academicians from different fields and with the intense one-week schedule they are able to broaden
 

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KRVIA + UBC EXCHANGE PROGRAM VENUE: KRVIA | MUMBAI | INDIA

The first leg of the KRVIA (M.Arch and B.Arch) + UBC EXCHANGE PROGRAM commences at the KRVIA today. The workshop shall encompass the study of work places of precincts, which are typologically classifiable. It also attempts to study the nature of the public realm and activity patterns along with history and heritage. 

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RESILIENCE APPROACH IN URBAN PARADIGM: KRVIA masters exhibition from 2nd to 4th December, 2019 based on sem I, II & III studio work as part of Breucom program.
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Sandeep Menon and Jimmy Bhiwandiwalla attending EU funded Breucom symposium aimed understanding resilience at Bhopal
 

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USMs KRVIA-Postgraduate Department-Masters in Urban Conservation is proud to host the annual ICOMOS India National Scientific Conclave 2019. In a series of public lectures, panel discussions and student workshops, pan India Heritage experts shall interact and discuss issues related to current trends and risk to built heritage in the country.
 

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Building Resilient Urban Communities (BReUCom) co-funded by EU Erasmus+ Program in the field of Capacity Building in Higher Education

The team of researchers from KRVIA attended the
symposium titled ‘Lessons learnt from European climate change
adaptation‘ from 26 – 30 August 2019 at the Donau University,

KRVIA Masters embarks on their Studio program based on an Urban Resilience approach (in collaboration with the BReUCom program) that will run for three consecutive years. Building Resilient Urban Communities (BReUCom) is A project funded under EU Erasmus+ Program in the field of Capacity Building in Higher Education.
 

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