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Faculty of Architecture, Urban Design & Creative Arts

Faculty of Architecture, Urban Design & Creative Arts


Faculty of Architecture, Urban Design & Creative Arts

The Faculty of Architecture, Urban Design & Creative Arts at Mahasarakham University began under an establishment project within the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts from which it separated in 1998 gaining full faculty status in July 2000. As well as producing graduates in architecture, urban design and creative arts, the faculty also promotes art and cultural-conservation activities sharing with our national colleagues the goal of building a better professional community. The faculty draws upon the body of knowledge of architecture through a commitment to a fundamental understanding of the history of the profession; traditional building methods, materials, form, and organization and the nature and context of current practice. Instructors strive to develop student awareness of the present-day profession within the context of a 5,000-year legacy of building instilling in our students the ability to call upon that history for practical application. Extending this understanding to a larger world the faculty dedicates itself through a clear engagement of principles of history, structure, material, and form in design, to participate practically and empathetically in the life of other cultures, religions, ethnicity, and life experiences so that its graduates might emerge with the knowledge, and later, the wisdom needed to build a better world.


 

 

 

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