more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

View »

IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
View »

PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
View »

Architecture Briefs and Design Concepts - Decoding Design process with Simple Methods (Recorded Version)



$20.00$68.00

Did you miss the Live Course on ‘Architecture Briefs and Design Concepts’? Then get the recorded sessions of this course at 60% discount! With just TWO SESSIONS, you'll not only know how to crack Architecture briefs but also learn how to use it to come up with good design concepts. Not just that! With our methods, you'll learn how to come up with concepts that add 'value' instead of just being a brand!

ABOUT THIS TALK!

If you are about to start with your Design Studio and are confused about how to come up with good design concepts, then you are in the right place!

The major problem noticed among Architecture Students is not getting a good head start to their Pre-Design process hence left confused during actual design!

This online recorded crash course will teach you how one can easily crack this important yet tedious process and help it make interesting!

The crash course is divided into just two sessions. The first session will talk about the importance of understanding and cracking Architecture briefs. The session comprises of quick live exercises to help you understand the course better! 

The second session will teach you different methods for deriving good concepts for your Designs and understand how Bjarke Ingels uses BIGAMY to come up with crazy yet functional concepts.

The course is an extensive 6 hour course divided into two sessions inclusive of 10 online chapters on Briefs and Design Concepts. The recordings are from our latest live sessions conducted during our winter school. These recordings will be available for 15 days after the purchase along with online lessons and exercises which can be taken easily from home.  

Is this for me?

  • Students who are about to start with their Design project
  • Students who wish to learn about Pre-Design process, how to do case studies, site analysis and come up with concepts for their design.

Note: If you are a professional and wish to participate in the course, please drop us an email at leewardistswebinars@gmail.com before purchasing the course!

what will I learn?

  • Understanding the importance of Architecture Briefs and how it plays an important role to crack a good Design concept.
  • Learn methods for Design thinking and problem solving to come up with good Designs.
  • Decode B.I.G.'s* idea of BIGAMY and how it can help you to come up with good design concepts.           *B.I.G. – Bjarke Ingels Group of Architects
  • With live and quick design exercises conducted by tutor Ar. Anuj Kale, learn how to use the learnings of the course to come up with functional design concepts.

Requirements

  • There is absolutely no prior experience required to take this course
  • No software is needed
  • Only lots of sketchbooks or rough papers and some pens :)

What topics does this talk cover?

  • Overview of Pre-Design process and its importance.
  • Understanding how to read briefs and identify the hidden challenges.
  • Different ways to approach a Design.
  • Difference between Design Approach and deriving concepts.
  • How to come up with good yet functional design concepts.
  • Different concept derivation in the design fraternity.

Number of Sessions: 2

  • This course will be a combination of recorded sessions and lessons that you can easily take from anywhere around the world.
  • With our Online Learning Management System, each of you will have your system, where you can take lessons, submit assignments, ask any doubts in one go! 
  • The course is perfectly divided into two sessions to teach how to look at  Architecture Briefs and develop good Design Concepts relevant to your Design problem!

$20.00$68.00



more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

View »

IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
View »

PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
View »

more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

View »

IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
View »

PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
View »

more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

View »

IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
View »

PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
View »

more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

View »

IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
View »

PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
View »

more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

View »

IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
View »

PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
View »

more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

View »

IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
View »

PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
View »

more courses

Leewardists Summer School – Documenting Old City of Nashik through Comics

Having conducted over 200 + workshops across India and abroad, we are delighted to conduct our very own summer school in Nashik, India where the 7-day workshop will be centered around comics, old cities and conversations around architecture.

About –
This summer school conducted by Leewardists in collaboration with local architects and conservationists from Nashik is an attempt to design a social event rather than an academic workshop, centered around learning from the old city of Nashik, it’s rich culture and heritage and using the tool of comics and visual narratives to communicate with the locals.

By combining heritage walks conducted by architects and a local conservationist with comic making sessions, breakout sessions, this residential workshop is set to bring students and professionals from architecture and design background together for an allied experience.

The summer school is set in HRD centre, Nashik with it’s architecture dating back to almost 100 years old with lush green trees all over the campus providing a free environment for participants and mentors to interact.

When is this happening?
The summer school will take place from May 20 – 27, 2024

Where is this happening?
The summer school will take place in HRD Centre, Nashik.
The 7 day workshop is a residential workshop along with dedicated site visits in the old historic city of Nashik along with a few excursions and exhibitions planned at the end of the workshop.

What all is included?
The fees includes workshop fees, local food (all 3 meals) for 6 days.
The fees does not include participant’s travel to Nashik and local travel.

Is this open for Professionals?
Yes

Any requirements?
The workshop will be a hands-on workshop. However, participants should carry their own laptops/other devices that they may think are useful for the workshop.
No software needed.
Open for all years.

Is there a scholarship available?
We are not providing any concession as of now. But do not hesitate to write to us at info@leewardists.com if you have a earnest interest in the workshop. The team will look into your case and get back to you.

Total Seats
30

Mentors –

Ar. Shreya Khandekar

Ar. Anuj Kale

View »

Field Workshop – Documenting Traditional Water Systems of Jaipur

The workshop hosted in Jaipur and Amer will provide a perspective on the heritage water structures and traditional systems and will explore their relationship and integration with the current urban fabric of the city. The workshop will be centered around Jaipur and Amer. The themes covered by the workshop will be around urbanity of the built structures with the water systems, relationship of water with the communities, history and heritage, and climate responsiveness in traditional buildings, relevance of conservation and restoration of traditional systems in current context.

The 10-day workshop will present the participants with a chance to closely study the water structures, and have a dialogue with agencies, communities, and engage in in-depth discourse with local experts.

The workshop will be hosted around multiple sites in jaipur from March 10th – 19th in the presence of local guides, urban designers, planners and academicians from Navi Mumbai and Aayojain, Jaipur, together with our resource partners, Leewardists, Célia Lebarbey, and Marylène Negro, for producing visual narratives through comics, documentaries and photograhy.
Followed by meetings and site visits, heritage walks and lectures, the students will work with mentors and experts to analyze their research and develop proposals and innovative solutions in various formats to be presented in front of a collective international jury comprised of local agencies, academicians, and experts in the workshop’s topic for a more comprehensive understanding.

What to Expect?
• Observe and document the historical water systems of Jaipur and Amer.
• Learn the art of visual storytelling in architecture and produce narratives with the Leewardists.
• Exchange knowledge and learn from different experts from France and Jaipur.

When is it?
March 10th – 19th

Where is it?
Jaipur and Amer, Rajasthan
Please look at the detailed schedule below. Schedule will also be emailed to the participants upon purchase.

View »

Leewardists Urban Travelogue Bundle – South Korea, India, Bangladesh

All books are a product of ’15 days’ of documentation of occupations in Mokpo, South Korea, Chitpur Road, Kolkata, India and Puran Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh with a team of students from colleges in India, France, Bangladesh and South Korea. These travelogues are written and sketched by Anuj Kale and Shreya Khandekar, who are both architects and comic artists. They travel around these cities and through their experiences in the urban territories, they narrate their understanding of the territories, their interaction with them and the people.

With this attempt, we are trying to introduce a new dimension to travelogues – a form of urban travel writing that talks about urbanity and different built environments in a simple and engaging format.

These travelogues have been made in collaboration with many organizations, fellow architects, mentors, professors and students we met during the Indo-French, Indo-Korea and Indo-Bangla-French Workshops. These collaborations are a wonderful means of not only knowledge exchange but also learning from different cultures and people around the world.

 

Details 

3 travelogues – Mokpo, South Korea, Kolkata, India, Dhaka, Bangladesh

This product is a bundle of 3 physical copies. YAY! And we are shipping International too! Double YAY!

Recommended for architecture, urban studies students/professionals, readers interested in urban documentation and stories.

This is a pre-order purchase. All items will ship on March 22, 2023.

Get a leewardists merch free for purchase of 2 bundles.

View »

PADM TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Naturally dyed palm flower and wooden beads. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms Or 60”
  • Weight – 100 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.

 

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IPSA TORAN

MATERIAL:

  • Wooden beads and ghunghroos.

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Ring provided for hanging the toran.
  • Suitable for indoors.
  • Completely handcrafted using eco-friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Height – 150 cms or 60”
  • Weight –95 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with newspaper filling.
  • Packaging cost inclusive.
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PADM LANTERN

Celebrate this Diwali with handcrafted Lanterns and Torans made with natural materials and care by the tribal artisans of Dahanu, Maharashtra 

MATERIAL:

  • Bamboo lantern with naturally dyed pink palm flower lotus tassels. 

FEATURES:

  • Collapsible. 
  • Frame provided for adding holder (Holder and bulb not included).
  • Rope provided for hanging the lantern.
  • Suitable for indoor or covered balconies only.
  • Completely hand crafted using eco- friendly natural materials.
  • Made by tribal of Dahanu.

SIZE:

  • Outer diameter – 12”
  • Height – 6”
  • Total height – 21”
  • Weight – 400 gms

MAINTENANCE:

  • Wipe with a clean dry cloth.
  • Keep away from heavy moisture.
  • Coconut oil can be applied with a thin cloth on the bamboo for longer shelf life every 6 months.

PACKAGING:

  • In 5-ply corrugated boxes with paper shred and newspaper filling.
  • Cost is inclusive of shipping 
  • Size: 13”x13”x7” 
  • Weight with packaging: 1130 gms
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Learnings

Time and Duration

SESSION I – 29th April, Wednesday – 1 hour 30 minutes

2:30 PM – 5:30 PM IST

SESSION II 03rd May,  Sunday – 1 hour 30 minutes 

2:30 – 5:30 PM IST

 

FAQ

How is the course going to be conducted?

These courses are live courses, conducted through an application called Zoom, which allows the tutor and participants to interact, engage via polls, Q and A sessions, IPad sessions, screen sharing and much more.

Do I need a good internet connection to attend the course?

You do need a decent connection to stay online. However, most of the session is conducted using PowerPoint presentations and I Pad sessions which requires only a fairly decent connection.

Can I cancel my purchase after buying the course?

You cannot cancel the purchase, however, you can transfer the course to a friend/colleague.

Can I transfer the course to a friend if I don’t want to continue with the course?

Yes, you can transfer the course before the course goes live. In this case, one has to provide valid details of the other participant for us to verify.

What if I buy courses for two from one account?

You can buy as many courses from one payable account. All you have to do is provide emails and other necessary details of the other participants for us to verify. Then sit together and enjoy or participate from separate systems, is completely your choice!

How do I use Zoom?

Complete details of how to use the Zoom software is shared via a video upon registration, which will be a part of your introduction lesson. Apart from that, upon registering for the session, Zoom will send you links to download an app suitable for your preferred choice of device as well as for instructions to use the software.

When does the session go live and when do I log in?

We strongly recommend joining the session 15 mins before the given timings to avail perks like interaction with the tutor, listening to some awkward jokes and watching our comic-making process.

I cannot find my zoom link for logging in to the course.

Upon registration, you receive a confirmation mail from Zoom itself which contains the joining link which is unique to each participant. These emails usually go to your updates tab of the inbox section.

I did not receive any emails regarding further registration?

Sometimes patience is the key and sometimes systems go berserk. If it’s the first case, be patient and search your updates tab/spam folder for emails under ‘ZOOM’. If it’s the second, drop us a query at leewardistswebinars@gmail.com

When do I get the recording of the previous session?

After 24 hours the session is over.

How long are the recordings kept on?

They will stay live for 5 days after uploading the video.

Can I view the recordings if I am not able to attend the live session?

Yes, you will receive the recordings 24 hours after the live session is conducted. You can view them if unfortunately, you have not been a part of the live session.

When will I receive my deliverables?

You will receive the promised deliverables like certificates after the course is over. However, it depends on the category of the course if there any other deliverables other than certificates promised.

I have purchased the course, now what?

Hey, thanks for buying our course! You just bought a good amount of dinner for us! After purchasing the course, you will receive two emails on your registered email id, containing the invoice and the login details. Please use them to create an account on our Online Course. Doing so, you will be able to access all the pre-requisite lessons and exercises and also view the recordings if you have missed the session.

Disclaimer

  1. This course talks about the general overview of the Pre-Design process, understanding Architecture briefs and deriving Design Concepts.
  2. No deliverables in the form of course presentation will be given from our end.
  3. No particular concepts or design briefs will be mentioned during the course.
  4. No participant is allowed to record the sessions. If noticed, the tutor is allowed to remove the participants from the session.
  5. This course is only for students pursuing their bachelors and masters degree in Architecture. If you are a professional who wishes to participate, drop us a mail on leewardistswebinars@gmail.com before making the purchase.

6 reviews for Architecture Briefs and Design Concepts – Decoding Design process with Simple Methods (Recorded Version)

  1. nuthanad17

    It was a really good session. I have completed watching session 1 . I was actually regretting for missing the online session on feb 1&2. But then the sale for the recored session made me very happy. It was really informative . The examples which were given were really useful. I found much related with way it was explained.

  2. Shrinidhi Bhat

    The session was absolutely great. Very informative and changed the perspective of thinking differently. Thank you leewardists !!

  3. keerthana nair

    Thank you for taking away the fear from this word “concept” which all of us architecture students struggle till the end of our design.

  4. shresthamanashi

    A much needed course to clarify everything from the basics to decoding the brief and coming up with your own concept. Thank you for the opportunity to learn things that aren’t taught in the college. Looking forward to join future webinars as well.

  5. Vinitha Milevahanan

    Myself, Vairoshini and Harretha are friends from the same class and we are here for the past 3 courses – Thesis, Case Study and Site Analysis and now Briefs and Design Concepts. We are currently doing our Urban design and next will be our Thesis. The whole process of the courses made us think, visualize, share and relate to each other in terms of design. And most importantly thanks for the positive vibes and interesting and understandable sketches and presentations which we can recollect easily anytime.

  6. Harretha Rani

    Valuable course with lots of eyeopeners . Happy to join the session.
    Looking forward to join next course

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are recorded Courses?

These courses are recorded sessions with IPad sessions, screen sharing and much more. One can view these course through their personal accounts on our website. 

  • Can I cancel my purchase after buying the course?

You cannot cancel the purchase, however, you can transfer the course to a friend/colleague.

  • Can I transfer the course to a friend if I don't want to continue with the course?

Yes, you can transfer the course within 1 day after the purchase is made. In this case, one has to provide valid details of the other participant for us to verify.

  • What if I buy courses for two from one account?

You can buy as many courses from one payable account. All you have to do is provide emails and other necessary details of the other person for us to verify. We will be sending account details to each participant through which they can access the recorded sessions. 

  • I did not receive any emails regarding my account details? 

Sometimes patience is the key and sometimes systems go berserk. If it’s the first case, be patient and search your updates tab/spam folder for emails under ‘LeewardistsSchool’. If it’s the second, drop us a query at leewardistswebinars@gmail.com

  • How long are the recordings kept on? 

They will stay live for 15 days after the purchase has been made. 

  • What if I want to access recordings for lifetime? 

You can purchase our variation for each of our recorded webinars – 'lifetime access' and you will have be able to recordings forever till eternity! :)

  • When will I receive my deliverables? 

You will receive the promised deliverables like certificates after the course is over. However, it depends on the category of the course if there any other deliverables other than certificates promised.

  • I have purchased the course, now what?

Hey, thanks for buying our course! You just bought a good amount of dinner for us! After purchasing the course, you will receive two emails on your registered email id, containing the invoice and the login details. Please use them to create an account on our Online Course. Doing so, you will be able to access all the lessons, recordings and exercises.

  • If I have any doubts about the exercises or lessons, who can I contact?

We understand that the recorded sessions don't give you an opportunity to interact with us live or ask any doubts, but you can always email us your queries at leewardistswebinars@gmail.com Since we are a small team, we might just need yelling from your end, but we will come around and help you. With anything :)

Time & Duration

The recorded course is a compilation of the latest live sessions conducted by tutor Ar. Anuj Kale. 

The course is an extensive 6 hour course divided into two sessions. 

Session I – Introduction to Pre-Design process, Briefs and its components 

Time – 3:00 Hours 

 

Session II – Importance of concepts and how to derive them 

Time – 3:00 Hours