National Association of Students of Architecture, briefly designated as NASA India, is a student association, one of its kind for the undergraduate students of Architecture in India. It was established in 1957 (13 September 1957)
The main objective of NASA India is to create a platform for architecture students to learn and interact, engage them directly and indirectly through both online and offline platforms. NASA India conducts events, conventions, seminars, workshops, design competitions & trophies and many other activities.
NASA India now includes students of over 240 colleges from across the country, divided geographically into six zones. NASA India has its headquarters currently located at the Department of Architecture, School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi.
To achieve its aims and objectives, NASA India hosts various events like,
Photography Competition was conducted by NASA for the year of 2013. The Photo of L. Senthil Kumar - III year has been given special regards for the exemplary work. This competition was represented by many colleges, out of that he has been nominated in the special list.
Cities gain value through public Art like cultural , social and economic value. Public art is a distinguishing part of our public history and our evolving culture. It reflects and reveals our society ,adds meaning to our cities and uniqueness to our communities. Public art humanizes the built environment and incorporates public spaces. It provides an intersection between the past , present and the future between disciplines ranging across a wide variety of spectrums and ideas.
One Prime point in public art is that incorporates artists and their creative vision into the civic decision making process. Art and artists bring a colorful and fantastic vista to the otherwise drab planning process. Generally there is observed a positive consensus on public art continuum that appreciates the varied creative intentions and roles that art may bring to a project.
Our college students participated in this competition and won Special Mention Trophy.