Architectural Works – I
The topic for this design is a Madrassa-An Islamic Learning Institute. In Pakistan, the culture’s roots lie deep within the religion followed, Islam, because as Muslims believe, Islam is not only a religion but also the way of life. Since centuries ago, Madrassas have acted as centers of learning for both religious and scientific knowledge. In Pakistan, the trend of Madrassas exists, but the education reforms for Madrassas and their education does not meet the needs and wants of the century. Moreover, there is no distinct character for Madrassa architecture in Pakistan.
The selected site for the madrassa is along the Indus Highway at Village Dao, Pakistan. The site is 10-25 acres available. The original purpose of the land there is for agriculture which can be used as a benefit in the madrassa where the land can be irrigated with vegetables, trees so as to generate an income for itself every term. The site belongs to a landlord who is willing to donate it for the purpose of building the madrassa there. Parents main hesitation is that sending girls to school meant they would not be able to care for the house and perform household chores. To counter that, it is proposed that certain additions be made to the already existing curricula and teaching styles.
Posted on September 15, 2011, in Architectural Studio, Architecture, Buildings, thesis, Uncategorized, University Works and tagged 3d, architecture thesis, Design School, Indus Highway, Islam, Madrasah, Madrassa, Muslim, Pakistan, Pakistani architecture, Plans, Religion, thesis, thesis concept. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.