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

An initiative of the Upanagar Shikshan MandaI (USM) and funded by Kamla Raheja Foundation 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.

2018 -2019
KRVIA News

Reflection -2017 KRVIA Master thesis publication (hard copy) is now available. you can avail your copy at price of Rs.1250/- Please contact librarian on 26700918 or send an email to library@krvia.ac.in

CALL FOR APPLICATION FOR THE KRVIA RESEARCH FELLOW PROGRAM -2019-20
 
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BReUCom Program (project funded under EU Erasmus + Program in the field of Capacity Building in Higher Education), begins at SPA, Vijayawada. KRVIA is one of the partners of the project along with ITC (Enschede), Donau Krems University, SPAB and SPAV. The meeting was attended by Manoj Parmar (Dean of the KRVIA Masters program), KRVIA coordinator for BReUCom.
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Congratulations to our fourth year student Raj Kachalia for winning honorary award in the Nippon Paint AYDA Award.
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Arpita N Jambekar, KRVIA Masters student Architecture and Urban Conservation,- wins the COA Award for Excellence in the Post-Graduate category for her thesis titled, Integrated Conservation Approach of Historic Landscape for Arambhada, Dwarka.
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Architecture
Urbanism

KRVIA introduces one week elective modules. This semester the Electives Week

KRVIA introduces one week elective modules. This semester the "Electives Week"
is scheduled in from 22nd Sept 2018 to 29th Sept 2018.
The Electives would be offered henceforth as below-

KRVIA Masters Semester I Exchange Program

KRVIA MASTERS EXCHANGE PROGRAM
The KRVIA masters exchange program commences at SPA BHOPAL. The Urban Design students investigate the theme "negotiate the urban form & urban mobility” along with students from SPA Bhopal, SPA Delhi & NTNU (Norway). The Urban Conservation students along with the students of the conservation department

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KRVIA Winter School in collaboration with the AKTCEP will explore the ways in which multimedia might be used as a mode of inquiry to engage conservation practice on Mumbai\''s urban frontiers and as a storytelling toll to provoke public dialogue.
 

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