Ar. Anuradha Shah
Ar. Shruti Barve , Ar. Karan Danda , Ar. Anuradha Shah , Ar. Venkat Ashok, Ar. Pradeep Pavithran
The narrative deals with War as the semblance of a sense of survival with self-healing for the loss and celebration for the brave souls. It portrays the psychological memory for all for extreme aggression and destruction (Symbolic destruction) – The gruesome experience of 1917, helplessness and the need of survival.
This is to focus on the memory of people and events to satisfy people’s psychological requirement with memorial behavior. To also cater to the space to act as a symbol – To rather not mourn the deaths but celebrate the lives of soldiers (To personify the pride to pay tribute).
The Symbolic destruction is to highlight the importance of a symbol which attaches function giving emotion to that symbol constructed as a journey to instigate re – thinking of the concept of war and spread awareness among people about the specific events or places throughout history.
Symbolism – Dynamism – Helplessness – Gruesome – Survival – Pride