Transparent Architecture

Transparent Architecture has its root in the 15th century. From the words of an Architect, this Architecture model investigates transparency and movement as the main measured elements that define space. The structures themselves display their own material and organizational logic. The inhabitant moves through and interacts, in a live and changing world. An existing craft transforms the transparent enclosed space within itself and its own singular nature clearly. These projects aim toward Architecture that provokes thought, refines one’s abilities to see, and embraces the ongoing confluence and mutability of things. The form of architecture contributes to the artistic spirit and identity of the province and person by concentrating various artistic representations


Here at Sigma College of Architecture, one of the Top Architectural Colleges in South India we help our students broaden their horizons by educating them on more challenging Architecture concepts.