The School of Architecture and Design, K.R. Mangalam University offers a comprehensive and innovative educational experience in the field of architecture and design.

Our school is committed to nurturing creative and skilled professionals who can contribute to the built environment. With a strong focus on practical learning, our curriculum combines theoretical knowledge with hands-on design projects. Students can use design studios, computer labs, and workshops to develop their design skills and explore their creativity.

Our experienced faculty comprises industry professionals and accomplished architects who bring real-world expertise to the classroom. They provide mentorship and guidance to students throughout their academic journey, ensuring they are well-prepared for the professional world. Upon graduation, our students are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the field of architecture and design. Whether their aspirations lie in architectural firms, urban planning, interior design, or research, they are well-prepared for a successful and fulfilling career.



  • Hands-on Training on Advanced Software, Model preparation and construction
  • Engagement in Live Projects and on ground Realistic Assignments
  • Prime Collaboration with ImaginXP for advanced Training in Game Design and Animation
  • Inter-disciplinary learning experience in line with New Age Methodologies and Industry Norms


The School aspires to become a leading Architecture and Design school by empowering the students with knowledge, confidence and skillset required to navigate their professional path as innovative, creative, socially responsible professionals contributing to nation building through ethical design practices grounded in sustainability and multidisciplinary awareness.


  • To establish a foundation for lifelong learning
  • To apply current educational theories that see learning as a process wherein the learner constructs or builds new concepts, focusing on learner-centric education vs. teacher-centric education.
  • To transform the role of teacher to that of facilitator, guide and mentor and not a transmitter of information
  • Enhance employability and entrepreneurship through interdisciplinary curriculum and progressive pedagogy with latest technology to produce graduates capable of critically synthesizing architecture, engineering systems, social sciences and entrepreneurial skills.
  • Developing active leadership skills as project leaders with understanding of various disciplines and collaboration with all stakeholders.
  • To encourage diverse learning styles, acknowledging Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory, which suggests that learning is cyclical and moving through this continuum over time every learner discovers the learning style best suitable to the person.
  • To enable students to learn to find meanings and connections by critical contemplation of available resources, strengthening the innate skills of reflection, evaluation, re-iteration and research.
  • To empower learning by doing. The Design studio is considered both a course and a place of study at the heart of an academic environment fostering design thinking that is simultaneously analytical and creative.
  • Develop ethical professional qualities among the students with understanding of environmental realities and context related design.

Teaching and Pedagogy

The teaching and pedagogy methods are tailored to provide students with a comprehensive education in the field of architecture and design.

Studio-Based Learning

Studio-based learning is a fundamental aspect of architectural education. Students work in design studios, which are creative and collaborative spaces where they engage in hands-on design projects. Studio-based learning encourages critical thinking, problem-solving, and design exploration through sketching, model-making, and digital design techniques.

Technical Skills and Building Technology

Schools of Architecture and Design focus on developing technical skills related to building design and construction. Students learn about building materials, structural systems, environmental systems, building codes, and regulations.

Field Trips and Site Visits

Schools often organize field trips and site visits to expose students to a variety of architectural projects, historical landmarks, and urban environments. These experiences provide firsthand exposure to different architectural styles, construction methods, and contextual factors. They also offer opportunities for documentation, analysis, and inspiration for design projects.


  • Contextual Excellence
  • Creativity and Innovation
  • Crtical Thinking
  • Community Engagement