Situated on a two-acre land, the lush green campus includes two heritage structures integrated harmoniously with newly built facilities. Open plan studios, teaching and exhibition spaces, a library, and a material museum are among the facilities that promote a collaborative and inter-connected learning atmosphere.
The design of studios at WCFA reflect the open minded and collaborative approach which the institution fosters. These spacious flexible spaces open and engage seamlessly with the surrounding landscape, blurring the boundaries of exterior and interior spaces.
Each studio accommodates desk space for 40 students with an A1-sized drawing table and personal locker space.
The classrooms have a built-in projection system for lectures. Each classroom hosts 40
students with flip-top chairs.
Situated in the heritage wing of the campus building, the WCFA library boasts an ever-growing collection of books from Indian and international authors. We have a wide range of subscription-based design and architecture journals, as well.
Labs & Workshop
WCFA’s facilities include a photography lab, computer lab, and a workshop. We also have a climatology lab that helps understand all aspects of climate, which in turn enables our future architects to build efficient, sustainable structures.
All students will also have access to computers along with appropriate software and broadband internet connectivity.
The courtyard forms the heart of the campus and is home to a multi-functional amphitheatre which can host small events and accommodate about 150 people.
The current structures have been designed keeping openness and flexibility within spaces in mind without disturbing the fully grown trees that dot the campus. The central courtyard is woven around a few of them resulting in a serene, shaded space.
A buzzing canteen serves fresh meals and we also have sports facilities including basketball and volleyball courts. Next to it, is also an open-air theatre for staging academic and cultural open-air activities.
WCFA also has a material museum, a repository for various types of building materials on display, which can be used as a teaching reference for students. We review and add to the collection regularly to ensure the museum remains an engaging space.
Dedicated guest flat-share housing facility for girls and boys is available and is located just 100 metres away from the campus. The boarding facility comes equipped with a kitchen containing a fridge, toaster and microwave. Other amenities include individual beds, a washing machine, study space with a table and cabinet, and broadband internet. Food is provided by the college canteen and the flats are serviced and maintained by the college staff.
WCFA is recognized by the ‘Council of
Architecture,’ New Delhi and is affiliated to
‘Visveswaraya Technological University’,
No. 1011, CH20, Krishnaraja Boulevard, Chamaraja Mohalla, Mysuru 570 005, Karnataka, India
0821 233 4999, 0821 243 1999