The BOX+ An Exhibition Done by Our Fellow Seniors

Hi everyone! UCSI University Bachelor of Architecture Sem6 Students will held thier graduation exhibition on 8th- 10th of June 2018, @ Ruang KL.

BOX represents home , a shelter or a place to stay from spiritual and physical .However, it is not only just a “home” ,but contains the unlimited possibilities(both positive and negative) which are represented by the PLUS. It gives us a sense of belonging and leads us when we are growing up. As an architecture student, we had survived every single days and nights with each other throughout the three years time .Withstanding all those hardships , a home is formed virtually till it finally archived our present.

Are u ready to join them and experience what they have gone through? Kindly follow their insta page & fb page Box+ to get more information! See u there!

#Box+ #ArchitectureFinalYear #Exhibition2018 #UCSIUniversity

Contextualism by a Netherlands Architect

Dear fellow friends,
Invitation to attend the international architecture talk of Jan Knikker.
Currently UCSI SABE is organizing an international architecture talk with a global architecture firm, the MVRDV on the 8th of February 2018 at UCSI University Block E, Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment.
Below are the description of the event;
MVRDV is a globally operating firm based in the Netherlands, dedicated to innovative architecture and urban design. The title of the lecture is “Contextualism”. The nomads of global architecture jet from city to city and realize remarkable works. How is the local context and identity maintained in this global field? MVRDV is currently working on a series of highly contextual projects that not only respect local tradition and history but also reflect upon it and develop it further without being nostalgic. Sometimes with great respect to small reminders of the past as in Bastide Niel in Bordeaux, sometimes with a humoristic approach towards the grand history of a Dutch World Heritage Site in Zaandam. Jan Knikker explains the concepts behind some of MVRDV’s recent more contextual works.
See you there