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Our Pedagogy

Discover endless possibilities for growth and development, we aim for a transformative learning experience.

What is Architecture

Architecture is the design of buildings. It covers all aspects of the process from inception to the completion of a new building. It may also involve the renovation or restoration of existing buildings and in some instances, the building may undergo major changes in use. Architecture encompasses not only the design of an individual building but also relates the building to those adjacent to it and to the environment as a whole. It is an integrative art that takes account of history, culture, environment, technology, economics, management and law. 

Architecture provides a sense of place and support of all types of human activity. Architecture helps the man-made fit in harmony with the environment while promoting health and well-being, enriching lives aesthetically and spiritually, providing economic opportunities, and creating a legacy that reflects and symbolizes culture and traditions.





Render of Waterside Building


Architects undertake multiple roles in their daily work. They are responsible for design work, coordination with consultants, management of projects and management of their offices. The work is exciting and variable – one day they may be working on the concept design of a modern high-rise building, on another they may be working on difficult small details of interior components.


Although design skills are required, the practice of architecture today is so complex that areas of specialization are developing; so that besides design architects there are also those who are experts in management, technology and planning. Computers are playing an increasingly active role in architectural practices, environmental concerned design is becoming more important in architectural design, such aspects are developing as areas of specialization. 

Impacts of Architectural Studies on Children Aged 2 to 6

Even at a young age Architectural studies positively impact mental and psychological development of children aged 2 to 6, nurturing cognitive abilities, creativity, social skills, emotional well-being, and environmental consciousness in young children.

  • Cognitive Development: architectural studies enhance spatial awareness, shape recognition, and logical reasoning.

  • Creativity and Imagination: children explore creativity, imagination, and unique perspectives.

  • Sensory Stimulation: hands-on activities provide sensory stimulation, improving perception and fine motor skills.

  • Social Interaction: collaboration promotes social interaction, teamwork, and emotional intelligence.

  • Emotional Development: architectural studies allow emotional expression, boosting self-confidence and resilience.

  • Environmental Awareness: children develop an understanding of the built environment, aesthetics, and environmental awareness.


Impacts of Architectural Studies on Children Aged 7 to 12

In the 7 to 12 age range Architectural Studies provide a multidimensional learning experience that enhances the psychological growth as well as emotional well-being of children during this important stage of development.

  • Cognitive Development: it fosters cognitive skills like critical thinking and spatial reasoning.

  • Creativity and Imagination: children are encouraged innovative thinking, out-of-the-box ideas.

  • Visual and Spatial Skills: children develop an understanding of proportions, scale, and perspective towards the physical world.

  • Self-expression and Communication: children learn to articulate their concepts, present their designs, and receive feedback.

  • Problem-solving and Adaptability: children develop problem-solving skills, resilience, and adaptability as they find creative solutions, make adjustments, and learn from mistakes.

  • Collaboration and Social Skills: children learn to work together, share ideas, negotiate, and respect diverse perspectives. 

  • Cultural and Historical Awareness: it exposes children to various architectural styles, develop an appreciation for different architectural traditions, fostering cultural awareness and a sense of global citizenship.

  • Emotional Well-being: it boosts self-esteem through the completion of projects, and promotes a sense of accomplishment.

Life Planning for Youths Aged 13+

Life planning is a lifelong process for students to achieve goals at different stages of life. In academics, it plays a crucial role in holistic development. Through career planning education, students gain knowledge, skills, and attitudes to make informed choices about education and employment.


Our programmes offer unique experiences beyond regular school courses, focusing on architecture. It helps students understand their aspirations, interests, and abilities, providing a broader perspective on academic and career paths. We offer individual counseling and seminars by registered architects for those interested in pursuing architecture as a career.


Learn more about our programmes

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