BUILDING DESIGN

A specialized course under Architecture and Building Stream

About the Course – Building Design

This program mainly focuses on using innovative processes and practices of an architectural design studio to be creative in solving problems for a better future. You will experience ‘real-life’ situations working at/with Modern computer labs, design studios, site visits, and industry practitioners In the Building Design degree, you will study and develop skills in building design (architectural), building legislation and auditing, building codes, environmentally sustainable construction techniques and materials, building services, professional practice and communication.
You will require these to become a confident and capable building industry professional. You will also take classes alongside students from building design, construction management, building surveying and engineering programs. This program from the very beginning will provide you an opportunity to study in a studio-based learning environment where you will work with allied professions. Their experience will certainly benefit you a lot. An independent and creative approach to building design will teach you about the cultural, social, technical, and sustainable issues associated with the environment.

Career Prospect & Opportunity

In this industry, you will work closely with other professional disciplines, industry groups, and development authorities. There will be a wide range of employment opportunities and you can work in both the private and public sectors for employers such as architects, building proprietors contractors, developers, engineers, government bodies, consultancy practices and corporations with large building portfolios. Alternatively, you can also work and establish yourself as self-employed entrepreneurs. After graduating in Building Design, you can pursue your career as:

  • Architect
  • Architectural technologist
  • Interior and spatial designer
  • Building surveyor
  • Town planner
  • Production designer
  • Historic buildings inspector
  • Structural engineer

 

Graduates who specialize in residential design or residential remodeling are known as residential designers. Like architects, they create designs for new buildings or remodeling projects that comply with building codes and meet the specifications and vision of their clients.

Course Available by Providers

The courses are generally provided at Bachelor (UG), and Master (PG) levels.

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