Architecture is not only about big buildings, complex designs and implementation of plans. It is also about aesthetics. It iss about bringing creativity and innovation into play. It is about looking at space as a canvas on which you create a work of art. Today, the division of knowledge and expertise between the fields of architecture and engineering that served so well in the industrial age is passé. The digital age calls for resources that bring in creative contact between design and research across fields and disciplinary boundaries. In fact, digital age practices demands flexibility and enterprise that takes the field of architecture into newer and more challenging areas.
The exchange of knowledge is now taking at a rapid pace thanks to the digital revolution and in this new scenario, architecture students need to move faster and be smarter. Apart from being able to use the latest tools, they also need to learn about adapting to a rapidly changing work environment.