Pioneer Architect B.V. Doshi, India’s first and only Pritzker Awardee, passed away on the morning of 24 January 2023. This page is an archive of all the posts and thoughts on B.V.Doshi.
One of India’s greatest architects, B.V. Doshi, passed away on January 24, 2023. This article is a tribute by architect Aashish Karode to India’s sole Pritzker awardee.
Durganand Balsavar remembers B.V.Doshi
Bangalore based architect Edgar Demello remembers B.V.Doshi
On January 24, 2023, one of India’s most renowned architects passed away. With the passing of B.V. Doshi at the age of 95, Indian Architecture witnessed the end of an era. This tribute by Doshi’s student and later contemporary, Bimal Patel, was first published in ‘The Indian Express’.
Architect B.V.Doshi named as one of the recipients of the Padma Vibhushan Award posthumously.
Architect Christopher Benninger, Principal at CCBA, Pune, shares his tribute for B.V.Doshi.
Architect B.V. Doshi passed away on January 24, 2023, leaving behind a legacy that would continue to inspire many generations to come.
Durganand Balsavar on Internationally acclaimed architect, educationist, institution builder, Balkrishna Vithaldas Doshi who turned turned 90 in August 2017.
Padmashri Balkrishna V Doshi, who was named the Pritzker Laurette 2018 makes it to the list of 50 greatest leaders of 2018 – Announced by Fortune Magazine
B.V. Doshi has made a seminal contribution to the development of architecture, and its many facets, in the Indian Subcontinent and far beyond. His contribution must be considered in its many facets. Though they are integral to one another, to understand them to let us disaggregate them into several parts.
On B. V. Doshi’s 90th Birthday – Architecture is – if stripped down to the basics – the art and science of adoption and adaption: of aesthetics, of sensibilities, of methods, techniques and technologies – and even values – to create a stylistic vocabulary all one’s own. Architects learn and draw inspiration from everything – from art, from nature, from politics and religion – but most importantly, we learn from those who came before us.
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