Motivation Letter

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My interest in Architecture has now been so immense that I can say that my duration of 5 year's study for the entire course of Bachelor of Architecture has been a ride in wonderland. I completed my Bachelor's Degree with utmost sincerity and passion. Architecture has been a new experience to me, so much that none in my entire family is even closely related to Architecture. I got to know about this amazing world of Architecture through my father, an Electrical Engineer by profession. I had special interests in Painting and Art ever since my childhood. I have spent my vacations in craft making. These started off with making simple decorative pieces to replicating complex objects like transport vehicles and imaginative aircraft by making…show more content…
These spaces were more often clustered into a larger space to give a magnified appearance. My emphasis remained on the built-form that represented the theme of the subject and the required spaces were closely knitted into this form. I remember being told in the second year of my Bachelor's courses, by one of my teachers, that "unless you put a function to your creation � it's not architecture, it's just visual art". It was from my third year of Architectural study that I began to adopt an exceptional approach to my design process. The third year design topic was to design a neighborhood sports complex on a real existing site. I still recall the words of my professor that a design proposal has to be unique in a way that if the same structure were to be conveniently placed on any other site, it would prove to be just as unsuitable there. This, he said, would be achieved by carefully observing the site in reference and tapping its topographical design features. These features would in turn explore the various design solutions that only add to the process of achieving a concrete and harmonious solution. In my first critical exposure to Urban Planning and Design, as a student of the fourth year of Architecture, I got the chance to work on an urban issue which was "Re-designing
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