SMEF’s Brick Summer School

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SMEF’s Brick Summer School


Brick aims to reach a diverse population of students and spread the knowledge of design amongst aspiring inventers. The summer school intends to offer quality, innovative, short-term academic and non-academic courses to passionate individuals. Summer is the perfect time to explore new avenues for development and learn fresh skills to support your education and career. Whether your objective is to hone your skills, acquire new areas of expertise or do something interesting in summers, our unique programs are perfect for you!

Course Overview

Brick summer school is open for all prospective students interested in the field of creativity.Brick summer school courses are the perfect way to spend your summer time in a constructive and creative way. The short-term courses are not just fun and refreshing, but also help you explore the subject you love in greater depth and perspective and add to your repertoire of knowledge. Plus, it is a great way to explore the Brick way of learning first-hand. We offer a wide variety of courses right from photography, theater, film making, song writing, dance, to Claymation, and introduction to architecture and interior design. Our courses are conducted in an interactive and inspiring environment by experts in the field. All courses are certified by SMEF’s Brick Group of Institutes and can be completed by everyone with high-interest levels, even if you don’t have previous formal training in the subject.

Course Quick Info


Course Offered


Next batch date to be announced.

No. of Participants – 30

For – Aspiring architecture students

Location – SMEF’s Brick Group of Institutes

Course Structure:

  • What is Architecture & Interior Design?
  • Education: Architecture & Interior Design education in general
  • How is Architecture practiced?
  • How is Interior Design practiced?
  • Sketching & Visualization
  • Design Exercises & Assimilation: For both Architecture & Interior Design aspirants
  • Architecture curriculum – explaining subjects
  • Interior Design curriculum – explaining subjects
  • Interaction with few noted architects & Interior Designers
  • Career options
  • Architecture
  • Next steps
  • Entry requirements & process for Architecture
  • Entry requirements for process for Interior Design
  • Guidance regarding NATA, MASA, sketching, etc.

Brick Summer workshop 2018

This summer Brick introduces a fantastic opportunity for creative hands to understand and experience the process of design development by way of material properties, craftsmanship and technology involved in shaping a product.  This workshop is an initiative by CEE: (Collaborate / Educate / Empower) in collaboration with REHAU, Greenlam and ZAGA.

The participants will get a chance to enrich their preliminary hand skills for:


-Weaving with polymer plastic



The workshop is open for professionals, students (18yrs+), artisans as well as fresh pass outs from any design stream.

The finished products from the workshop will be displayed at ZAGA and sold further.

The participants have an option of selling their own product through ZAGA or taking it home for their own keeping.

Dates: 24th to 30th May 2018

Venue: SMEF’s Brick Group of Institutes, Undri Pune

Time: 10:00 to 4:00 pm

Registration fees: 4500/-(inclusive of lunch and tea)

Participants can visit and register at SMEF’s Brick Group of Institutes, Undri Pune in the administration office or at  ZAGA,
93, Senapati Bapat Rd, Next to Symbiosis College, Hanuman Nagar, Wadarvadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411021
For quick registration, participants can Paytm to 9545037000.
A screenshot of the payment receipt has to be mailed to ‘ [email protected] ‘ along with name, address and contact number to confirm the registration.

Detailed Workshop Schedule: 

Day and Date Time Schedule
24th May, Thursday 9:30-10:00 am Registration on arrival
10:00-12:45 pm Introduction of various materials and
12:45-1:30pm Lunch
1:30-4:00 pm Understanding various design possibilities along with a site visit
25th May, Friday 10:00-12:45 pm Design process under the guidance of experts in the field.
12:45-1:30 pm Lunch
1:30-4:00 pm Design process under the guidance of experts in the field.
26th May, Saturday 10:00-12:45 pm Understanding fabrication and its equipments
12:45-1:30 pm Lunch
1:30-4:00 pm Fabrication of designed framework
27th May, Sunday 10:00-12:45 pm Fabrication of designed framework
12:45-1:30 pm Lunch
1:30-4:00 pm Fabrication of designed framework
28th May, Monday 10:00-12:45 pm Learning the weaving technique from experts
  12:45-1:30 pm Lunch
  1:30-4:00 pm Working with plywood
29th May, Tuesday 10:00-12:45 pm Working on final products
  12:45-1:30 pm Lunch
  1:30-4:00 pm Working on final products
30th May, Wednesday 10:00-12:45 pm Working on final products
  12:45-1:30 pm Lunch
  1:30-4:00 pm Concluding session
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