about TSAP


By:Ravi Hazra



By: Shri. Kamlesh Gandhi

An artist with a background of Structural Engineering developed the skills of folding paper and making recognizable and non recognizable structures made up of folded paper. Shree KamleshGandhi has dedicated decades of his life practicing this art form.

  • 1.To introduce the art of form generation through paper folding.
  • 2.To interpret and apply knowledge of form generation through paper folding as art of surface development.
  • 3.To develop skill of handling material for its strength of flexibility in space creation.
  • 4.To be able to appreciate and understand the art of origami.

  • Model Making

    By:Ar.Siddharth Bhagwat

  • 1.To develop model making skills, to achieve accuracy and precision in detailing.
  • 2.To enable masterly use of model making as a skillfullexcerseas a tool of visualization and design.
  • 3.To introduce students to the works of master architects by developing a clear and detailed understanding of spaces and quality in their design through models.
  • Calligraphy

    By:Shri. Achyut Palav

  • 1. To impart skill by exploring different mediums of presentation and design.
  • 2. To instill a sense of confidence while working with colours and to enjoy the freedom of expression through art.
  • 3. To participate in the process of art creation by a an interactive workshop which demonstrates and provides an hands on experience with multiple mediums.

  • Pottery

    By:Yashashree Telkar

  • 1. To engage in material interaction with clay.
  • 2. To grasp versatility of the soft medium and possibilities of form and space creation with plasticity and fluidity of clay.
  • 3. The students were exposed to various pottery techniques like Pinching, Throwing and coil work. Students also got familiarize with various technical aspects of pottery..

  • Positive Thinking

    By:By Mr. Samuel

  • 1. To imbibe positive thinking as a habit with students.
  • 2. To train development of skills in managing stress which is basic to all creative courses.
  • 3. To create a sense of balance and equity for taking comprehensive view of a situation, rather than usual stimuli and reaction.


    Space Designing

    By:Ar. Arimita Roy

  • 1. To develop a sense of planning through ergonomical use of space in design.
  • 2. To convey the importance of tight space which is the current situation of over crowded cites like Mumbai and using the space in the most effective and functional manner.
  • 3. To sensitize with sizing of spaces in accordance with functional requirements

    Heritage Walk

  • 1. To introduce to the students of Architecture essence of urban space.
  • 2. To develop sense of space appreciation by taking a first hand view of space.
  • 3. To understand the urban fabric and assimilate the multiple layers of history within it.
  • 4. To capture the essence of space with understanding of light and shade using skills of graphical representation and rendering.

  • Field Trip

  • 1. To understand the historic heritage within and around the city.
  • 2. To understand scale and form in sculptural spaces.
  • 3. To draw and experience play of light, shade and detailing in rock cut Budhhist architecture.
  • 4. To organize team work in documentation and engage analytical discussion.


    TSAP Philosophy