Interior Design students visit a monument of national importance

Students of B.Sc Interior DesignII, IV & VI Semester visited Bhoga Nandeeshwara Temple on 21st Jan 2020 which is located in Nandi village, at the base of Nandi Hills. The architectural style is Dravidian. The temple is protected as a monument of national importance by the Archaeological Survey of India. Through this visit, the students gained exposure to understanding the Dravidian style of architecture. The students were assigned to do sketching of ancient pillars and ceilings and gain practical knowledge about the Dravidian style of architecture which is a part of their curriculum.

Students of B.Sc Interior Design were taken to Shree Nakoda Jain temple, Devanahalli near Bangalore where they did a material study of flooring, ceilings, and pillars. The students also visited Shree Kunthunath Jain Shwetambar Murtipujak Temple, Mahadevpura, Bangalore. This visit was very useful for the students as the temple was under construction and the artisans showed the students how the carvings on pillars are done. They also discussed its construction and the materials like marble and soft stone that were used.

Visit to the historic city Vogue Institute of Art and Design

A visit to the historic city

 The interior design students of Vogue Institute of Art & Design visited the historic city- Mysore on 12th February 2020 and got a glimpse of

Khadi Mahotsav Vogue Institute of Art and Design

Visit to Khadi Mahotsav

Nearly 100 students from FAD and Textile Design at Vogue Institute of Art & Design visited Khadi Mahotsav at Freedom Park on 11th February 2020.